Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has kicked-off a massive political storm after making derogatory remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the wake of CBI raid at his Principal Secretary Rajender Kumar's office in New Delhi.
Following this incident, Arvind Kejriwal took to micro blogging site Twitter and called PM Modi by names and even termed the CBI raid as yet another instance of political vendetta by Centre against AAP government in Delhi.
The Delhi CM has raised questions over CBI's action of not informing him and raiding the Principal Secretary's office on a case registered by the Anti Corruption Bureau.
But earlier in 2012, same Arvind Kejriwal had supported the investigating agency and asked 'if CBI will publish the news in a newspaper before raiding anybody.'
Here are a few tweets from Kejriwal - doing the rounds over social media - which show how AAP convener's statements changed after he came to power.
Arvind Kejriwal's statement over CBI raid before becoming Delhi CM.
Arvind Kejriwal's statement on CBI raid after becoming CM.
Arvind Kejriwal's statement over CBI raid in 2012.
Statement of Arvind Kejriwal on CBI raid in 2015.
On usage of foul language in 2014.
Usage of foul language in 2015.
Kejriwal's statement over increasing rape cases in Delhi before becoming CM.
Kejriwal's response over rape cases after becoming CM of Delhi.