Shiv Sena slams Arvind Kejriwal in mouthpiece

Shiv Sena
Mumbai, March 14: The Shiv Sena on Friday slammed Arvind Kejriwal, the convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), describing him as a natakwala. In its editorial piece Saamna, the Sena asked: "Shouldn't Arvind Kejriwal be thrown in a Worli gutter as he also says that all parties be thrown in garbage can?"

The editorial said Kejriwal, the former chief minister of Delhi, is a natakwala (drama artist) who violated laws in Mumbai. It asked him to limit his drama to Delhi and not Mumbai.

A major chaos took place in Mumbai on Wednesday when Kejriwal travelled in an auto-rickshaw and local train in the city. His supporters were accused of causing all the trouble and damaging equipment at the Churchgate station. The AAP, however, denied the charges and blamed the media for all the problem.

A major ruckus took place on Kejriwal's first day of Mumbai visit

The Sena also attacked the AAP leader asking why did his one-time mentor Anna Hazare leave him. Kejriwal and Hazare parted ways after the former decided to form a political party to clean up the system. Hazare chose to remain apolitical.

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