Kapil Mishra takes jibe at Arvind Kejriwal by sharing mocking video on his birthday

16 August 2017, 11:45 PM
Former AAP leader Kapil Mishra, second from left with his team mocking Arvind Kejriwal in video song. (Source: video grab)
Former AAP leader Kapil Mishra, second from left with his team mocking Arvind Kejriwal in video song. (Source: video grab)

Sacked Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra on Wednesday released a video-song in his Twitter handle and Facebook account mocking Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asking him ‘if he has lost faith in himself’.

Mishra released the video when AAP party workers were celebrating their party supremo's birthday. 

Mishra has made the video-song simlar to RJ Malishka’s ‘Sonu Song’, which bashes Mumbai municipal corporation. 

The video starts with a chorus saying “Gali Gali shor Delhi ka CM chor hai (Its buzz around, Delhi CM is a thief). 

In the 12th second Mishra takes entry in the video, referring Arvind Kejriwal as Ak sings, “AK tujhe khud pe bharosa nahi ka (AK don’t you have faith in yourself).”

In the next few seconds one can see that Mishra accusing the Delhi CM of abstaining from the assembly, keeping quiet on corruption issues carried out by AAP leaders.

He has also mentioned AAP Delhi cabinet minister Satendar Jain. 

In the video-song Mishra has asked the Delhi CM, the reasons for his silence on alleged corruptions carried out by his cabinet ministers.  Mocking Kejriwal further, Mishra sings, “You speak on all major national and international issues. Why are you not speaking on corruptions being carried out by your party.”

As the video nears end, Mishra warns Kejriwal and forecasts future of forthcoming elections. He sings, “Delhi kareygi teri kursi gol (Delhi will vote you out).”

Mishra alerts Kejriwal that his vote bank which includes auto-rickshaw drivers, youths, woman and  people from all sect will not vote him in coming elections.

First Published: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 10:53 PM
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