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Arvind Kejriwal Hilariously Trolled on Twitter For Drinking Alcohol Worth 80,000




Aam Admi Party (AAP) Supremo and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been a target of social media trolls again after he reportedly consumed Alcohol of worth Rs. 80000 in his suite where he stayed for Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy’s swearing-in, as revealed by RTI.

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Several Media houses published the report about expensive alcohol consumption of Kejriwal. Twitterati savagely trolled Kejriwal once this news broke out.





















Kejriwal has also launched a scathing attack on the BJP Government of Haryana and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The former IIT-KGP alumni have also said that he will not be part of the supposed mega alliance of all regional powers to oppose BJP in 2019 Lok Sabha Polls. As quoted by Hindustan Times, Kejriwal has said: “I think either CM Khattar does not know how to run the government, or he has no intentions of doing good for the people. If it is the former, then I’m ready to teach him for free, how to improve education in government schools; how to build Mohalla Clinics; how to reduce rates of electricity — I will teach him all of this, and he can still implement our models in the one year that is left.”

“Both the AAP government in Delhi and BJP government in Haryana were formed around the same time. But I feel sad for Haryana. While AAP models are being praised and implemented all over the world, Haryana people don’t even have basic facilities of electricity and water. When we can improve education in government schools and open low-cost state-of-the-art hospitals without Centre’s support, why can’t the Khattar government do anything good for Haryana despite having all the resources?” he demanded the explanation.

Kejriwal attacked PM Modi by saying: “Demonetisation, GST have all been failures. People have been harassed by these moves rather than getting any advantage from them.”

“One by one, he snatched away all my powers. When we were voted to power for 49 days, we had sent 32 officials in jail for corruption. But when we came back with full majority, PM Modi immediately sent paramilitary forces to our anti-corruption bureau and took it over from us. All other powers of transferring and suspending officials were also snatched.”