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Kejriwal joins the protests against him and AAP government in Delhi

04, Feb 2014 By buzz

New Delhi. In another recent move that has stumped political parties on both sides of the aisle in the parliament, Arvind Kejriwal has decided to join all the protests against him and the AAP government in Delhi.

Arvind Kejriwal
Protests without Kejriwal are like Indian defeats without Ishant Sharma.

He conveyed his surprise at seeing Kapil Sibbal supporters protesting outside his house against Mr Sibbal’s inclusion in the list of corrupts.

On being asked, he said there was one major reason for his surprise, “I didn’t know Kapil Sibbal had any supporters”. He also said that he was embarrassed that this protest was not his brainchild, “I should have come up with this fabulous idea”.

Looking to make amends, Mr Kejriwal has promised that he will join all future protests against the AAP government too.

When a reporter suggested that this sounds very similar to what Pankaj Kapoor did in the opening sequences of Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola, Mr Kejriwal got infuriated, accused the media of being corrupt and has promised another dharna against the reporter as soon as the schedule permits.