Looks like Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is getting more comfortable with his ‘Ink Relations‘. This is not the first time that he was slammed by throwing ink on a public platform, previously when he was doing a road show in Varanasi, during his odd even thanksgiving ceremony and now in Bikaner on October 4th after he questioned and asked proof for the surgical strike conducted by the Indian Army across the Line of Control.
The incident happened at a residential complex late in the evening when he was returning back after meeting one of his acquaintance.
Kejriwal tweeted saying ” Hmmm… God bless those who threw ink at me. I wish them well.”
Reports said that Pakistani media carried Arvind Kejriwal’s comments as headlines and sensationalised the same as a expose of India’s surgical strikes.
Arvind Kejriwal released a video congratulating Prime Minister Narendra Modi for Indian Army’s surgical strike but there he also showed signs of disbelief after which he was slammed on social media as anti-nationalist.
Kejriwal was also criticized by Anna Hazare, “It is unfair to ask for proof of surgical strikes. I condemn this. The matter is related to the army, country and the border. At this time, it is wrong to mistrust (the army). There was a lot planning done for the operation. In such a case, how can we mistrust people?” Anna said.