'Kejriwal Missing' posters in Delhi say his work is 'protesting' & 'lying'

New Delhi, July 16: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal, who served as the chief minister of Delhi for 49 days between December 2013 and February this year, now faced the ire of his voters for neglecting them since the victory of his party in the state election held in early December.

Kejriwal defeated former chief minister of Delhi Sheila Dikshit from New Delhi constituency by over 28,000 votes.

The posters said Kejriwal only ran after colourful dreams

Some Resident Welfare Associations in the New Delhi constituency have put up missing posters ridiculing the AAP leader, an IBN Live report said. The posters described Kejriwal as a man with dark complexion and infected with coughing disease. They also said Kejriwal's work includes protesting and lying and that he only ran after colourful dreams. They said whoever finds the missing MLA would be rewarded.

Kejriwal decided to contest against BJP's Narendra Modi from Varanasi constituency in Uttar Pradesh but lost by over 3.7 lakh votes.

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