Published Date: September 4, 2022
Arvind kejriwal: AAP convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s mispronunciation of Bhagavad Gita verse is going viral on social media during his visit to Gujarat. Kejriwal, who visited Gujarat for two days, made this suggestion. Arvind Kejriwal is touring the state extensively with the intention of gaining a foothold in Gujarat. Addressing a press conference outside the Dwarkadish temple in Surat, the Delhi chief minister composed his own shloka (poem) in Sanskrit. On this occasion, Kejriwal’s comments by reminding his party’s symbol of a broom are being trolled.
Referring to the Bhagavad Gita verse “Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya” he said instead “Yada Yada Hi Dhaj”. Later Kejriwal explained about this poem. Kejriwal said that whenever there is evil on earth, God has to tell his broom to work.. Kejriwal said that his party has come to wipe out evil in Gujarat. But the video of Kejriwal mispronouncing the Shloka has gone viral on social media. AAP has not yet responded to this incident. This video created a sensation on the internet. Netizens were quick to point out that Kejriwal had used a wrong verse from the holy book. Comments are coming in abundance. Trolling is going on especially from BJP ranks and fans.
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“Who are all these people? Where do they come from?”, “Who said this hymn?” When did you tell him..?’ Some netizens are commenting. “In which chapter of Gita did God say this..? And in which book did this god read about the broom? People like this are truly rare on this earth,” tweeted another. ‘If Kejriwal doesn’t know the Shlokas… it would be better if he didn’t recite them. Don’t compare Sudarshana Chakra, which is placed in God’s hand to uphold Dharma, with a bundle of brooms. We want that god to give you the minimum knowledge..” a large number of comments are coming. Kejriwal toured Gujarat on Friday and Saturday. He is campaigning extensively to challenge the BJP in the assembly elections to be held later this year. On Saturday, the Delhi CM said that the BJP is worried that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lose the elections in his own state. He said that people are very angry with the recent attack on the AAP leader. Kejriwal expressed confidence that AAP will win 12 seats in Gujarat.