Arvind Kejriwal: From youngest CM to short-termed CM, public ire grows

Arvind Kejriwal
New Delhi, Jan 21: The recent developments within the Aam Aadmi Party is not going in its favour in anyway. True that the protest is for the public of New Delhi, but now this very crowd is rubbishing the amateur gimmicks of the party.

Apart from the public inconvenience, the AAP 'dharna' is also proving to be an example of arrogant bantering. The country was left wide-mouthed, wondering whether this was the very CM That they had voted for, when he thumped his chest, saying "I am the CM, I will decide where (Sushilkumar) Shinde should sit, not he."

In fact, public speculations believe that he is going to far with his protest and should rather concentrate on his party manifesto and the promises that he had made. People are also making fun at the way the leader is contradicting his own statements. In the beginning, he requested the public not to join the protest, but now he wants them to sit for protesting wherever the police stops them.

The Twitter accounts of the very supporters here show increasing discontent for the party:

The day is not far when Arvind Kejriwal will not be considered as the youngest CM of Delhi alone, but also as the most short-termed CM of India.

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