New Delhi, Jan 30: Continuing the poster war between AAP and BJP, the saffron party on Friday released a new poster advertisement in which both the parties i.e. AAP and Congress have been mocked at and even Anna Hazare's cartoon has been shown with a garland.
The poster or the adverstisement says, "Satta k lie baccho ki jhuti kasam tak main khaunga aur raat din imandari ka danka tak main bajaunga." (To come to power I'll take false vow and still brag about my impeccable honesty.)
It shows Kejriwal swearing on his children and also shows the marriage of Congress and AAP to form government in the national capital.
After the image got viral on social media, the Aam Aadmi Party took a swipe at the BJP for its newspaper advertisement and prompted AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal to cheekily ask whether the saffron party had "killed" the veteran anti-corruption crusader.
In a series of tweets, AAP chief Kejriwal said, Nathuram Godse killed Gandhiji on this day in 1948. BJP has killed Anna in its ad today. Shudn't BJP apologise?
In the advertisement, BJP has also shown Kejriwals cartoon in which he is promising not to take support from congress, but he has been shown to have done "marriage" with congress.
Nathuram Godse killed Gandhiji on this day in 1948. BJP has killed Anna in its ad today. Shudn't BJP apologise?
Nathuram Godse killed Gandhiji on this day in 1948. BJP has killed Anna in its ad today. Shudn't BJP apologise?— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 30, 2015
In another tweet, Kejriwal asked his supporters to be vigilant, saying 'To all AAP volunteers n supporters. Evil forces will try to divert ur (your) attention. But pl (please) stay focused on positive agenda for Delhi."
"AAP is forming govt in Delhi. Get ready to serve Delhi and to make it safe for women", Kejriwal said in another tweet. Again he tweeted, "I will always pray for well being and good health of Annaji".
Since Kejriwal has 33.9 lakh followers on his twitter account, almost all the tweets were retweeted by his followers minutes after he posted them.