Kejriwal woos Kanhaiya to campaign for Punjab polls

“Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener and Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal can stoop to any extent reap political benefits. Ahead of crucial Punjab polls, Kejriwal is trying to encash on popularity of JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar.”

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Jawahar Lal Nehru (JNU) student union leader Kanhaiya Kumar who is facing sedition charges for shouting anti-national slogan at the university premises has all of sudden become a ‘Hero’ and hogging the limelight for all the wrong reasons. He has risen to the ranks especially amongst the left centric extremist group. Eyeing big opportunity, Arvind Kejriwal is now desperate to catch hold of him and induct into the party fold.

Kejriwal trying to stooge Kanhaiya for Punjab polls

In absence of any political base or organisation structure in Punjab, Kejriwal is leaving no stone unturned to make its presence felt. From talking about revolution to siding with Sikh radical, Kejriwal seems to be doing all what is required to get into poll bandwagon in big way. In this context Kanhaiya Kumar for raising his voice vociferously about ‘Azadi’ syncs well with Kejriwal’s dubious contentions.

Kejriwal now desperately wants Kanhaiya to be part AAP’s poll campaign team in Punjab. Kejriwal is only concerned about his own political gains and in wake of opportunism he doesn’t even shy away from compromising acts which puts social & peaceful fabric of state at risk.

 Kanhaiya makes Kejriwal wait for more than an hour

The master manipulator Kejriwal is, thing do not fall into his lap so he desires. Interestingly Kejriwal gave his time for a meeting with Kanhaiya but he had to wait for more than hour before calling off the meeting. Apparently Kanhaiya gave an excuse of traffic jam, which didn’t go well with Kejriwal and he finally cancelled the meeting after waiting for more than hour.

Kanhiaya has proved to be tough nut to crack for Kejriwal. Perhaps reading Kejriwal’s desperation well, Kanhaiya is throwing his weight around.

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