Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been slammed once again on Twitter for a cartoon he tweeted on Tuesday.
Kejriwal landed into trouble after he tweeted a cartoon made by a well-known cartoonist and it was published in a leading English daily on Tuesday.
The cartoon depicts the way issues are deflected by the politicians. It also shows an arsonist with fire on his tail saying, "Done Sir. All attention is on JNU" to PM Narendra Modi. This way the arsonist is seen diverting all the attention from fire at Make In India venue to JNU row.
Kejriwal tweeted the cartoon to prove his point, however, things took a U-turn and he drew criticism for allegedly “insulting Lord Hanuman.”
In Ramayana, Hanuman had set Ravan’s Lanka ablaze with the fire on his tail. Right-wing supporters are now slamming Kejriwal, comparing the arsonist to Hanuman.
Here are some responses:
Do you have courage to post similar cartoon insulting Prophet Mohammad or even a simple cartoon #KejriwalInsultsHanuman— Vishwas Saraswat (@saraswatvo) February 16, 2016
Strict Action should be taken against ArvindKejriwal #KejriwalInsultsHanuman— Harsh Agnihotri (@HarshAgni2) February 16, 2016
Some people are working hard to "Make INDIA"— Nilesh kumar choubey (@nilchoubey) February 16, 2016
and in other hand people are working hard to
"break India" .#KejriwalInsultsHanuman
Only BJPian can dare to slap a naxali shouting anti-India slogans while AAPtards chose to bang with naxalis in bed.#KejriwalInsultsHanuman— Destroy Naxali #JNU (@ArvindLaluwal) February 16, 2016