New Delhi, Feb 4: Slamming Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for tarnishing India's image, a man has written an open letter to him. Along with the letter, Sumit Agrawal who is an engineer by profession, he also sent a demand draft of Rs 364 to Kejriwal so that he could get a pair of new shoes for himself.
In a scathing letter, Agarwal has requested Kejriwal not to embarrass India again as he tries to represent common Indian man through his choice of dressing.
Apparently, Sumit was unhappy with AAP chief's dressing sense who was spotted in floaters at Republic day dinner function in President house. Many eminent guests including French President Francois Hollande were present in the event. Agarwal has urged Kejriwal to learn basic etiquette at least in front of foreign delegates.
Letter was quoted by media reports as saying, "I came across an article saying that you met Mr. Hollande at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, in the presence of the Hon'ble President of India,wearing sandals! It broke my heart to see you like this. I'm deeply aggrieved".
Here is full content of the letter.