Panaji: The AAP government’s advertising budget is less than the expenditure incurred on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s clothes over the last two years, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said yesterday.
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“It is being said we have given advertising of Rs 526 crore. Completely false. We have released advertising worth Rs 76 crore. Advertising expenditure of all departments of the Delhi government is less than the total expenditure on Modi’s clothes,” Kejriwal said.
“One dress that Modi wears is worth Rs 2 lakh.
He changes clothes five times a day, (which comes to) Rs 10 lakh rupees (per day). He never repeats his clothes, doesn’t wash them and reuse them,” Kejriwal said, giving a detailed costing of Modi’s wardrobe.
“Go to Google, type ‘Modi’ and in the images column you will never see the same clothes in two separate images.
The expense comes to Rs 10 lakh per day. He has been in power for 700 days, which means he has spent Rs 70 crore on clothes alone. Rs 5 crore more on his other clothes,” said Kejriwal.
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