Arvind Kejriwal posts ‘Anti-India’ article, gets mercilessly trolled on Twitter

By: | Published: September 28, 2016 4:05 PM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on Wednesday, came under attack from angry twitteratis after sharing a national daily's article that did not support the majority of Indian sentiments.

arvind kejriwal, kejriwal, kejriwal anti india, kejriwal twiter, kejriwal anti india article, kejriwal uri attackArvind Kejriwal posted an article with the caption, “Excellent article. On Uri, rather than Pak, India seems to be getting isolated internationally”. (PTI)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on Wednesday, came under attack from angry twitteratis after sharing a national daily’s article that did not support the majority of Indian sentiments. Kejriwal, on Wednesday morning, posted the article with the caption, “Excellent article. On Uri, rather than Pak, India seems to be getting isolated internationally”. This enraged twitteratis who in turn trolled and condemned Kejriwal mercilessly on the social networking site.

Kejriwal and his party AAP have been regular sources of controversies, in the last few years due to their scandals or ‘daring’, no often intelligent statements. Now, this article shared by Kejriwal might not be as wrong as it is made out to be, but that is not the matter here. The twitteratis seem to think that the Delhi Chief Minister showed anti-national sentiment and hence condemned his act.

Here is Kejriwal’s tweet, the source of all the controversy:

Here is Kejriwal’s tweet, the source of all the controversy:

The following are few of the retaliatory angry tweets by the mob:

Arvind Kejriwal might have believed in his right of express an opinion but considering that the article did not promote majority of Indian sentiments, he got mercilessly abused on the social networking site by tonnes of people.

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