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Twitter reacts to CBI raid on Kejriwal office

New Delhi: Twitter was taken by storm on Tuesday after the alleged CBI raid on Kejriwal’s office, as the Delhi Chief Minister ‘live-tweeted’ the raid on the microblogging site.

The CBI reportedly sealed the AAP supremo’s office. However, reasons behind the raids by the agency remained unknown.

Political pundits opined that the CBI raid on Kejriwal’s office was a part of the drives carried out by the central investigation agency targeting Delhi government’s Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar Singh who was arrested over his alleged involvement in a bribery case.

Here are top 10 tweets on #KejriwalVsModi 

Modi’s old tweets were dug out by some.

People even asked about Vyapam

Prakash Javedkar hit back at Kejriwal

CBI or Special 26?

PBI blunder still not forgotten

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