Arvind Kejriwal and his party, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), were once the favourite of the media. But like every other love story this, too, had to come to an end.
Just a few days ago, India Today and Aaj Tak Managing Editor and anchor Rahul Kanwal silenced Kejriwal when the latter trolled the former by calling him a Modi spokesperson.
Just to refresh your memory, this was the exchange:
Modi ji’s spokesperson gets angry … https://t.co/0FTdyhnoeNAdvertisement
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 7 September 2016
This is what happens when trolls get elected Chief Ministers! https://t.co/tPxm184Esv
— Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal) 7 September 2016
Now, journalist and India Today columnist Shekhar Gupta tweeted this hard-hitting fact about the failing health condition in Delhi under the AAP government.
1st malaria deaths in 5 yrs, 1st Chikungunya death now. While Delhi govt safely out conquering Punjab, Goa & Gujarat https://t.co/xJ9hIHp0Hq
— Shekhar Gupta (@ShekharGupta) 12 September 2016
And for reasons bets known to him, Arvind Kejriwal responded
with this tweet:
राजनीति करनी है, खुल कर सामने आओ। पहले कांग्रिस की दलाली करते थे, अब मोदी की? ऐसे लोगों ने पत्रकारिता को गंदा किया https://t.co/N5Bj2Xf5hB
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) 12 September 2016
Yes, Kejriwal called Shekhar Gupta a broker. Of course, Kejriwal’s choice of words did not go down well with the Twitterati.
— Amit Malviya (@malviyamit) 13 September 2016
@ArvindKejriwal Is this a language of politician ? I am sorry to say”AAP jaise logo ne politics ko ganda kia hai ” .
— Niraj Singh (@N1rajKumar) 12 September 2016
— Man of Times (@zurohit) 13 September 2016
— Rohit (@09_rkg) 13 September 2016
— vijaita singh (@vijaita) 13 September 2016
— Samarth Bansal (@PySamarth) 13 September 2016
— Nistula Hebbar (@nistula) 13 September 2016
The prevailing health situation in Delhi is extremely worrisome. Not just Chikungunya and Malaria, Delhi residents are also battling Dengue.