The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) protest in Delhi led by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal came under sharp attack on the micro blogging site. People flayed the AAP protest, Arvind Kejriwal and his comments on Republic Day. So disappointed are people with AAP that they are even questioning why they supported the party in first place.
If #AAP fizzles out it will be sad for Indian Democracy. It came as a whiff of fresh air. As a credible antidote to established parties.
— sudhir tailang (@sudhirtailang) January 21, 2014
#AAPDrama farce survives only on the crucial oxygen of Media Coverage (to which AK has become addicted). Stop this, and it’ll quietly end.
— Santosh (@SaffronZeppelin) January 21, 2014
#AAPDrama is what happens when u vote for words and not actions. Pity Delhijans, u deserve it.
— Vikram (@drvikramkk) January 21, 2014
— धनजीत गिरी #HDL (@dhanjitgiri) January 21, 2014
If Arvind Kejriwal starts making movies, his production house will be called Dharna Productions. #AAPDrama
— Gautam Trivedi (@Gotham3) January 21, 2014
— Bachho Ki Kasam (@dharamindian) January 21, 2014
— Ravi kumarThakur (@Ravikumar8055) January 21, 2014
#AAPdrama suits Congress- focus on suspension of 3 police officers. Sheila ji, CWG scams all forgotten! Kya badhiya plot racha!
— Madhu Kishwar (@madhukishwar) January 21, 2014
— grace arthur (@gracearthurr) January 21, 2014