When Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal violated Delhi Metro laws!

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New Delhi, Jan 2: Delhi's newly elected AAP government chief Arvind Kejriwal, who fights for rights and talks about strengthening laws, ironically, broke a law on the day when he was sworn-in as the national capital's chief minister.

Kejriwal, who took oath as Delhi's seventh chief minister in full public view at the historic Ramlila Maidan on December 28, reached the venue by taking a ride in Delhi Metro (common man's means of transportation), instead of a car.

Kejriwal reached the oath-taking venue by taking a ride in Delhi Metro.

But, 45-year-old Kejriwal along with another party leader Kumar Vishwas 'mistakenly' sat on "Ladies seat". Maybe both of them did not notice the 'For Ladies only' sign before taking that seat.

Very soon, the pic in which Kejriwal and Vishwas are sitting on the wrong seat, went viral on YouTube.

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