Shashi Tharoor accepts rival Rajeev Chandrasekhar's open debate challenge

webnexttech | Shashi Tharoor accepts rival Rajeev Chandrasekhar's open debate challenge

Will Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala witness a direct debate between Union Minister and BJP candidate Rajeev Chandrasekhar and his electoral rival Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Well as far as the two leaders are concerned both said that they welcome a debate on issues concerning this high-profile constituencyRajeev Chandrasekhar speaking to local media during the poll campaign stated quotI am ready to debate with Shashi Tharoor over ideas development and whose track record is better I have been saying this since the beginningquotTharoor the incumbent Thiruvananthapuram MP shared the video of Rajeev Chandrasekhar039s challenge and wrote on X quotLet us debate politics and developmentquotquotYes I welcome a debate But the people of Thiruvananthapuram are aware of who has been evading a debate till now Let us debate politics and developmentquot Tharoor said quotLet us debate price hike unemployment corruption communalism and the BJP039s 10 years of propagating politics of hatred Let us also discuss about the development of Thiruvananthapuram and the visible progress we have made in last 15 yearsquot the Congress leader saidThe Thiruvananthapuram Lok Sabha constituency has been witnessing a high-voltage poll campaign as both parties consider it a prestige battle with the latest development being both leaders filing complaints against each other with the Election CommissionChandrasekhar039s complaint alleges that the United Democratic Front UDF Candidate Shashi Tharoor made a statement suggesting that he gave cash for votes Tharoor039s team denied the allegation stating that he never made such a statementMeanwhile the Congress-led UDF filed a complaint against the NDA candidate Chandrasekhar alleging that he filed a false affidavit along with the nomination papersApart from Chandrasekar and Tharoor CPI veteran Pannyan Raveendran is also contesting from the seat as the Left-front candidateKerala is set to vote to elect its 20 Lok Sabha MPs in a single phase on April 26 Published By Ajmal Published On Apr 7 2024ALSO READ Kerala veterinary student endured 29-hour assault before suicide say policeALSO READ Migrant worker from Arunachal Pradesh beaten to death in Kerala 10 arrestedMust Watch

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