AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal is in the news for apologising to Akali Dal leader Bikram Majithia after hurling every allegation under the sun regarding the latter’s alleged involvement in Punjab’s drug trade. Thanks to the allegation, a defamation case was filed against Kejriwal which resulted in the apology.
Earlier to this, Kejriwal had apologies to BJP MLA from UP Avtar Singh Bhadana, for wrongly accusing him of being one of the most corrupt persons in India.
Soon after the apology to Majithia, it was reported that Kejriwal was likely to apologise to Arun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkari, to try and end the host of defamation cases filed against him. The number of these defamation cases is speculated to be between 11 to 20.
Now besides the distinguished personalities, common citizens too might feel that Kejriwal owes them an apology for any offence he may have caused them. As it might be slightly impractical for Kejriwal to apologise to each and every critic of his, a website “kejriwalapology.xyz” seeks to bridge the gap.
The Website offers a singular flagship service of what it refers to as, “Get Apology from Kejriwal!”. Navigating to the website, one is greeted with this simple form:
We decided for some reason that Kejriwal should offer an apology to popular Harry Potter character Albus Dumbledore and this is what came up:
In the spoof apology typed under the letterhead of “Aam Aamdani Party”, Kejriwal is seen apologising to Albus Dumbledore by withdrawing all the statements and allegation made against him. He also regretted the hurt caused to Dumbledore’s family, friends, well-wishers etc.
The letter is signed as “Kejribawal” with Arvind Kejriwal getting described as the “owner of Delhi” as described by the Delhi CM himself once. This apology can also be directly shared on Facebook and Twitter to help you inform people regarding the same.
A basic search reveals that the apology portal was created yesterday by a Delhi resident named Harsha, who going by his act doesn’t seem to be too fond of Kejriwal.
On a related but fake note, Elton John who sang the famous song, “sorry seems to be the hardest word”, has reacted to Arvind Kejriwal saying sorry to everyone: