BJP Shares Parody Video Of Delhi CM Kejriwal, Mocks The AAP Over ‘Rewari’ Culture

The ongoing tussle between the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party has taken a new turn, but the BJP sharing a parody video of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, with caption – “Golmaal Hai Bhai Sab Golmaal Hai”, mocking the latter over the ‘revari’ culture and the alleged corruption charges against the AAP government of Delhi. 

Here’s the link to the video shared by the BJP on its official Twitter handle:

The video shows a person dressed as Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, and his secretary, showing him a newspaper, saying, “Look here Sir Ji, our advertisement has captured the headlines of the New York Times, ” adding that the school shown on the front page, is not the government school of Delhi but a private school in Mayur Vihar.

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The video even sarcastically alleges Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal for his involvement in various ‘frauds’ and corruption in the state. Moreover, in the video, the BJP IT cell has compared the situation of Delhi and Punjab to the ongoing economic crisis in Sri Lanka. This would now definitely ignite a BJP Vs AAP battle on social media. 

Meanwhile, the BJP IT cell has been mocking the AAP’s model against corruption, citing the corruption charges against Delhi minister Satyendra Jain and now the CBI raids at the residence of deputy CM Manish Sisodia. However, the Aam Aadmi Party has called it a “politically influenced action” to defame the AAP. 

The Aam Aadmi Party has even accused the BJP of being jealous of the news of Kejriwal’s Education Model being published on the front page of New York Times. However, the BJP claimed that it was paid news, but the NYT has clarified that the news was completely genuine and without any political influence. 

Now, with the BJP releasing a parody video of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, mocking him and his government over the corruption charges and calling the NYT’s news article on Delhi’s schools an “advertisement”, the political tussle between both the parties seems to rise.

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