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Arvind Kejriwal tweets this cartoon on AAP’s arrested MLAs and people respond with their own version

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted a cartoon and Twitterati are having quite a time on the micro-blogging site.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 23, 2016 12:22:27 pm
Delhi Chief Minister tweeted a cartoon and Twitterati responds with their own version Delhi Chief Minister tweeted a cartoon and Twitterati respond with their own version

Of late, Aam Admi Party’s MLAs are hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Recently, former Delhi law minister Somnath Bharti was arrested on the issue of AIIMS boundary wall where he was accused of inciting violence and misbehaving with a security official. However, he was granted bail on Thursday as the court declared that he “deserved it”.

AAP’s Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan was arrested on September 21 on the charges of sexually harassing his sister-in-law after his brother-in-law filed a complaint against him.

Former AAP MLA Sandeep Kumar was sacked by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal himself after he received an “objectionable CD” of him. He was later arrested after a woman alleged that she was sexually assaulted by Kumar.

The list does not end here. So far, 12 AAP MLAs have been arrested including Naresh Ydav, Manoj Kumar, Jitendra Singh Tomar and more for various charges.

As the party MLAs face various charges against them, Kejriwal, today, shared a cartoon on Twitter which shows a conversation between two police officials. “A politician is shouting outside,” says one. “‘If h/she is from ‘AAP’, put them in jail,” responds another.

Twitterati are having a field day on the micro-blogging site sharing their own versions of the cartoon and wondering how the CM starts his day. “Sir other people start their day by wishing good morning to the world, u start ur day by blaming either PM Modi/LG/Police,” said a user.

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