#KejriwalInsultsHanuman: Delhi CM lands in trouble after tweeting controversial toon
The Delhi CM tweeted a cartoon depicting how politicians deflect issues. The cartoon, originally published in The Hindu, by cartoonist Surendra has a flying man who looks like he's set something ablaze with his tail with a speech bubble saying' Done Sir. All attention is on JNU' to Narendra Modi, who's shown standing on the Make In India stage that caught fire.
Everyone loves to hate Kejriwal! The Delhi CM tweeted a cartoon depicting how politicians deflect issues. The cartoon, originally published in The Hindu, by cartoonist Surendra has a flying man who looks like he's set something ablaze with his tail with a speech bubble saying" Done Sir. All attention is on JNU" to Narendra Modi, who's shown standing on the Make In India stage that caught fire.
While Kejriwal might have unintentionally re-tweeted this, twitterati got their pants in a knot. Their point of contention was this flying man bearing similarities to Lord Hanuman. Right-wing supporters took severe offence for insulting the bachelor god and even started the hashtag #KejriwalInsultsHanuman, said a report in India Today
Here's what Kejriwal tweeted -
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) February 16, 2016
And here's how Twitterati reacted -
— Sushrut Ghalsashi (@sushrut94) February 16, 2016
Someone from Hyderabad had enough time to file a complaint against Kejriwal, because #cartoonsareseriousbusiness
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