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A half-naked man has won Delhi CM’s heart, and it’s not his ration card minister

Maybe Kejriwal's love for Twitter is one of the reasons the Delhi Government has 'fast-tracked' launch of free WiFi spots in Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal spends a lot of time on Twitter. From giving instructions to his ministers to carry out certain duty to retweeting trolls, Kejriwal really likes this platform. Speaking of likes, AAP supremo last night ‘liked’ a particularly strange video.

Warning: potentially explicit content


As seen above, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ‘liked’ a video where a half-naked man put various objects at his private parts and performed a show on how he ‘balanced’ these objects. The man in the video was stark naked except for an object, ranging from a cup placed on a balloon to a spoon kept on his private part.

As more and more people started discovering what the Delhi Chief Minister ‘likes’, he soon ‘unliked’ the tweet. But not before others questioned the kind of things that catch the CM’s fancy.


While what Kejriwal ‘liked’ isn’t really porn, it is indeed #NSFW (not safe for work, as millennials call it). Shiromani Akali Dal’s Delhi MLA Manjinder Sirsa too took a dig on Kejriwal and called him jobless and useless.


Earlier, a ‘sex tape’ of former minister in AAP government, Sandeep Kumar, had gone viral where he allegedly sought sexual favours in exchange of ration cards. Alert Twitter users also pointed out other ‘likes’ of Kejriwal on Twitter.


These include the best TV series on platforms such as Netflix as well as movie reviews. Arvind Kejriwal’s love for films is also legendary, considering he has given out recommendations for quite a few films, not surprisingly on Twitter.


Maybe Kejriwal’s love for Twitter is one of the reasons the Delhi Government has ‘fast-tracked’ launch of free WiFi spots in Delhi.

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