16th of August will perhaps be marked as one of the saddest days in Indian politics as we witnessed the demise of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji, one of the most respected statesmen in India, who left us only to reach a better place. While the country is busy mourning and remembering him another incident turned the heads of many people. CM Arvind Kejriwal, who had earlier urged his followers not to celebrate his birthday due to Atal Ji’s critical health, was allegedly bullied into cutting a birthday cake by his own party workers.
AAP spokesperson Raghav Chadda addressed the media and explained the issue. He clarified that Arvind Kejriwal had decided not to celebrate his birthday as he was extremely tensed about Vajpayee Ji’s deteriorating health. He further added that Delhi’s CM was not at all upset at getting his thunder stolen by Vajpayee Ji on the very day of his birthday.
Not getting any limelight, and unable to contain his natural drama urge, minutes after the hospital visit, Arvind Kejriwal was rushed to the nearest theatre.
While working on his theatrics, Kejriwal caught the attention of one of the rebel party workers, who then dragged the Delhi CM to a hotel. To his horror, Kejriwal was kidnapped and brought to a room which not only had a four-story cake with a “50” placed in the middle but was also well decorated with balloons. As per reports, other AAP leaders, as well as Kejriwal’s family, later divulged that they too were either abducted or fooled into attending the event. Even after a lot of resistance, the rebel party worker paid no heed to Arvind Kejriwal’s repeated refusals and forced him to cut the cake.
An image is now viral on social media and BJP IT cell workers and supporters are trying to defame CM Arvind Kejriwal without knowing the entire story.
It isn’t the first time when someone has forced Arvind Kejriwal to do something he doesn’t wish to. Earlier, fodder scam convict Lalu Prasad Yadav pulled and hugged him when anti-corruption crusader, Arvind Kejriwal was protesting against corruption.
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