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Kejriwal decides to expel himself after 69 days

21, Apr 2015 By manipalite

In a shocking move, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal has decided to expel himself according to inside sources.

This move comes just after the founding members Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan were expelled from the party. It is the first time in the history of the country that a sitting Chief Minister has expelled himself from his own party.

When contacted, Mr. Kejriwal defended his decision lauding it a futuristic move.

“Phir se oath lunga”

Iss desh mein hum change lana chahte hai. Iss thhos kadam se desh ki janta jaag jayegi,” said Mr. Kejriwal with an odd optimistic smile.

AAP supporters all over Delhi cannot believe that Mr. Kejriwal is dumping them again. Mr. Kejriwal has decided to step down on 23 April which is when he completes 69 days as a CM.

“Last time 49, iss baar 69! Yehi to plan hai! Next time we will aim for 70/70 seats in Delhi and we promise to complete a 100 days without any controversy,” said Dr. Kumar Vishwas, who is all set to be the worst nightmare and the next CM of Delhi.

Meanwhile celebrations started in the BJP head office but Dr. Harsh Vardhan has refused to comment and is keeping his fingers crossed owing to previous experiences.

Rumors have it that the reason Mr. Kejriwal opted for such a radical decision is because he could not enjoy his morning walks anymore. Being followed by media men and mobbed by people in the early hours of the day is detrimental for his inner peace.

After all, national coverage of an Aam Aadmi’s morning walk doesn’t let him be a common man anymore. And that is clearly against the party’s foundation of idealism and ethics.