Three Takeaways From Arvind Kejriwal’s Rant Against Modi & Co 

Is Arvind Kejriwal Sunny paaji’s fan?

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Arvind Kejriwal is one paranoid CM. (Illustration: <b>The Quint</b>)

Just when you thought Wednesday was going to be a dull news day, Barkha Dutt and Arvind Kejriwal came to your rescue. Barkha Dutt lashed out on Arnab Goswami’s shrill ‘nationalism’ on social media and the Delhi Chief Minister ranted against his favourite person, Narendra Modi.

But it was Kejriwal’s ‘bechara adami’ speech that brought tears to our eyes (from laughter). Beyond the Modi bashing, the 10-minute-long message from the common man conveyed to us three important things about Kejru.

Arvind Kejriwal is a Paranoid Freak

Three Takeaways From Arvind Kejriwal’s Rant Against Modi & Co 

The work pressure has stressed out Kejriwal completely and the man has lost his mind. He yet again coughs out blatant accusations against Modi and the BJP. However, this time it has gotten worse. The Chief Minister of Delhi needs another ‘vipassana’ holiday as the political weather is making him so sick and delusional that he thinks that the BJP is out to kill him. The poor man can’t even do a peaceful dharna on the road!

Kejriwal Watches Too Many Patriotic Films

Three Takeaways From Arvind Kejriwal’s Rant Against Modi & Co 

If the Yamla Pagla Deewana makers are looking for actors beyond the Deols for their series, they could now consider roping in Kejriwal. The CM is a born actor and his dialogue delivery is far more patriotic than Sunny paaji. Kejriwal’s new war cry asking for all the son of the soils (read AAP) to be ready for martyrdom will be perfect to stir the audience into a patriotic frenzy.

Cough, Cough Hota Hai!

Three Takeaways From Arvind Kejriwal’s Rant Against Modi & Co 

Seasons have come and gone but Kejriwal’s cough has not. The man can barely speak for 10 minutes without coughing. Literally! Before Kejriwal clears his party from s**t, it’s advisable for him to clear his lungs, and keep safe ’cuz the ‘hawa ka rukh’ (political wind) isn’t blowing in his favour.

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