Another shoe attack at Mr Arvind kejriwal!! How could anybody hurl a shoe at Somebody who don’t wear them. Whole India Wonders about existence of ‘Aam Aadmi Sena’, and it is fast becoming notion that it just has One work whenever Kejriwal needs some attention go throw a shoe or ink him!! And mind you they are successful.
Ved Prakash of Aam Aadmi Sena hurled a shoe at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal while he was addressing a press conference on Saturday in the national capital. Earlier on January 17, a woman threw ink at the CM while he was addressing a ‘thanksgiving’ session in Delhi. Reported by ANI
Man who hurled shoe at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal taken to IP Estate Police Station: ANI
Man who hurled shoe at Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal taken to IP Estate Police Station: ANI pic.twitter.com/La8GaoVFY5
— Times of India (@timesofindia) April 9, 2016
A man attempted to throw a shoe at Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal while he was addressing a press conference on the second odd-even plan in the city.
The shoe was caught mid-way by an AAP supporter who was sharing the dais with the chief minister. Read More
God bless the AAP supporter who saved Kejriwal so that he may go on fooling People.
And i always wonder ” So Many Shoe attacks, but always averted by some AAP Leaders, it may be that they know beforehand or may be they know the way they are going ” shoe attacks are evident”
One More wonder Fact the Man caught in Act is from “Aam Aadmi Sena”.
I guess “Aam Aadmi Sena” and “Aam Aadmi Party” are brothers from different mothers, they sound alike, they act alike and might be they are working together.
A woman from Aam Aadmi Sena threw ink on Kejriwal during a function organised by the Aam Aadmi Party to thank people of Delhi for the success of the odd-even plan.
जो जूता कभी कमजोर और मजबूर खाता था;
वही जूता अब कामचोर और मसहूर खाता है।
यही तो है #अच्छे_दिन😅😅
— Praveen (@prabin1206) April 10, 2016
कभी थप्पड़, कभी स्याही तो कभी अंडे फेंके गए केजरीवाल पर, जानें कब-कब हुए उन पर हमलेhttps://t.co/GYSUlHyjFe#aajtakpic.twitter.com/TXTAz0Jfbx
— आज तक (@aajtak) April 9, 2016
While its true that CNG stickers were being sold making #OddEven a farce, throwing a shoe is not an appropriate way to protest.
— Shahnawaz Hussain (@ShahnawazBJP) April 9, 2016