Apparently, Kejriwal was off to a vipassna course of 10 days. He last tweeted on August 1, that too about Anandiben Patel's resignation which he believes comes in fear of after the AAP's has gaining popularity in Gujarat.
140 characters is all that takes to create a buzz on Twitter. But when Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal hasn’t tweeted for a while about his party or “Modi ji’s political vendetta” against him and his party, one is bound to miss his presence. Apparently, Kejriwal was off to a vipassna course of 10 days. He last tweeted on August 1, that too about Anandiben Patel’s resignation which he believes comes in fear of after the AAP’s has gaining popularity in Gujarat.
Taking to Twitter and informing his 8.6 million followers about his experience, he said that he is back from the 10 day course and feels energetic and fresh. Vipassna, is a form of meditation involving concentration on the body or its sensations.
Returning back from 10 day Vipassna course. Feeling v fresh n energetic
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) August 11, 2016
While much has happened behind Kejriwal’s absence, the minister shall soon catch up with it. AAP MLA Sharad Chauhan has been granted bail in connection to party worker Soni’s suicide, on the other hand MLA Kartar Singh has been found with over Rs 150 crore of unaccounted wealth, property and other assets. And the recent Dalit atrocity in Andhra might get AAP supremo’s attention as well. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made a statement against Dalits and for the current issue of Kashmir, which too will be on the radar of Chief Minister Kejriwal.
We say, welcome back Mr Kejriwal!