New Delhi, Feb 2: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Monday filed a complaint with the Election Commission against BJP for allegedly targeting party leader Arvind Kejriwal's "gotra" (sub-caste) in an advertisement mocking Arvind Kejriwal.
"What has happened to the BJP, first they targeted my children, but I tolerated it. Annaji has said we must have capacity to tolerate insult," Kejriwal tweeted.
"They have insulted the Agrawal society. They must apologise," he said, adding that his party will approach the EC.
The advertisement featured a caricature of Kejriwal, saying he will disrupt the Republic Day parade, and also ask for a VIP pass next year. It used the term "upadravi gotra" or destructive subcaste alluding to Kejriwal, the former Delhi chief minister and AAP chief.