"Khoob karo saheb koshish humein mitti mein dabane ki, shayad apko nahi maloom ke hum beej hain, aadat hai hamari har baar ug jaane ki," Kejriwal's first tweet read.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday took to ‘Shayari’ to target PM Narendra Modi-led Centre. Kejriwal’s tweet came soon after the IAS association held a rare press conference against the Delhi Chief Minister. “Khoob karo saheb koshish humein mitti mein dabane ki, shayad apko nahi maloom ke hum beej hain, aadat hai hamari har baar ug jaane ki,” Kejriwal’s first tweet read. (Keep efforts to bury us, may be you don’t know that we are like seeds, who will always flourish)
“Hum a gaye hain aaj sadak par, Loktantra ki talaash mein, jab baithi hai tanashahi, pradhaanmantri niwas mein,” his second tweet read. (We have taken to roads in search of democracy at a time when a dictatorship is sitting in prime minister’s residence,” he said.
Meanwhile, AAP members also began a march around 5 pm is in support of Kejriwal and three of his cabinet colleagues, currently holding a sit-in at the LG office for the last one week, demanding that Lt Governor Anil Baijal direct IAS officers to end their “strike”. The Delhi cabinet ministers also demand that the Lt Governor approve the proposal for doorstep delivery of ration.
On Friday, Kejriwal said that the march was planned after his letters to the prime minister, seeking his intervention in the matter, drew no response. The Delhi metro shut five prime metro stations in the heart of Delhi taking precautionary measures. The AAP workers are carrying out the protest from Mandi House to the Prime Minister’s residence.
On the other hand, the Delhi Police said that Aam Aadmi Party supporters had not taken any permission to carry out the march. “The call given by the AAP to march towards PM office or residence is without permission. No permission has been applied for. As such the areas under New Delhi district are under prohibitory orders,” a senior Delhi Police officer told PTI.