Satyendra Jain deletes old embarrassing tweets to Kejriwal, but we have a copy

Satyendra Jain is a trusted soldier of AAP, that too possessing a high rank of cabinet minister, and holding the health portfolio. This is of course because AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal considers him as one of his close aides. This was also seen when AAP & Kejriwal rallied behind Jain and gave him a clean chit when allegations of financial impropriety were flung at Jain.

But it appears their relation was not always so close. Twitter users had dug out some old tweets of Satyendra Kumar Jain in which he was seen making some rather “amusing” remarks about his new found hero Arvind Kejriwal. Social media users trolled Jain for these old tweets a lot:

And finally it emerges now, that “Satinder” deleted all these old embarrassing tweets, which is why you cant see the embedded tweets in the above troll tweets. But screenshots live forever:

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The deleted tweets

In the first case he had referred to Kejriwal as “Aalo”, meaning potato, a word which became synonymous with Kejriwal after allegations that it was a name given to him by a woman with whom he had an alleged extramarital affair. In the second case it appears Satyendar was taunting Kejriwal rather coarsely for indulging in only words and no action, even comparing him to a dog.

Jain may have deleted these embarrassing tweets, but they live on forever.

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