Saturday, January 25, 2020

BJP offering free WiFi in Delhi, Kejriwal trolled in password

The Bhartiya Janata Party is leaving no stone unturned in its wish of getting a second term at the centre. With Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal burning down BJP manifestos, BJP has a new trick up its sleeve.

BJP has come up with a Digital Rath in Delhi, a van with an in-built Wi-Fi spot that can only be connected using the password – Kejriwal Failed to give free WiFi.

The Digital Rath will play videos of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s achievements along with failures of the Kejriwal government.

As per a report of India Today, Neelkanth Bakshi, officer in-charge, Delhi BJP said, “At once, approximately 200 people will be able to use the WiFI. The Digital Rath will be on the roads wef April 1.”

 

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