Khushbu Sundar's jab at Kejriwal over the 2,000 note ban is titled "Achanak power aur paisa."

Khushbu said Kejriwal's tone is unacceptable, notwithstanding the fact that the 2,000 note ban led to back-and-forth attacks between the BJP and the opposition leaders.
Khushbu Sundar's jab at Kejriwal over the 2,000 note ban is titled "Achanak power aur paisa."
Khushbu Sundar, a member of the BJP, criticised Arvind Kejriwal for disparaging PM Modi over the $2,000 withdrawal issue.

Seven years after the denomination was launched in 2016, the RBI's abrupt declaration to remove the 2,000 note denomination from circulation resulted in a significant political response, with opposition leaders questioning the about-turn. Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, criticised Prime Minister Modi for his alleged lack of education while BJP member Khushbu Sundar retaliated. Khushbu tweeted, "Some individuals get haughty like Arvind Kejriwal obtaining power and money all of a sudden.

"Absolute arrogance on display! Notwithstanding of political views, there should be civility and respect for the position our PM holds. It is unacceptable to use words like this. Isiliye kehte hain, warna achaanak power aur paisa aate hi baddimaag ho jaate hain kuch log. Vote soch samajh kar dena chaahiye. Greetings, @ArvindKejriwal ji "Khushbu composed.

The insult was directed at PM Modi after Kejriwal questioned his schooling and wrote: "They first said that 2,000 notes would solve corruption. They now claim that outlawing 2,000 notes will put a stop to corruption. I believe the PM should be educated for this reason. To an uneducated PM, anyone can say anything. The general populace suffers because he is incompetent."

The newest ordinance released by the Union government on Friday, which reverses the Supreme Court's decision giving the Delhi government the authority to decide on services and the transfer of officials, is one of many issues that the BJP and the AAP are at odds over. This escalates the ongoing dispute over the liquor investigation between the BJP and the AAP.

Former finance minister P. Chidambaram, Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh, chief executive of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee, Trinamool Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra, and Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) MP Priyanka Chaturvedi all criticised the volte-face and questioned why the denomination was created in the first place.