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#Kejri_InsultsArmy: Why angry Twitter users and Indian Army fans blasted Arvind Kejriwal

Now, you must be wondering what this specific has tag made it to top trending list.


#Kejri_InsultsArmy: Why angry Twitter users and Indian Army fans blasted Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi: #Kejri_InsultsArmy became top trend on Twitter on Wednesday! Now, you must be wondering why this specific has tag made it to top trending list.

Here is the background and bone of contention behind this #Kejri_InsultsArmy hash tag.

It's been nearly a week since Indian Army's brave para commandos conducted surgical strikes in Pakistan's territory, but still there are a number of politicians in India who are doubting the army's claims.

Also, these politicians are demanding that PM Narendra Modi should unmask Pakistan's dirty propaganda by citing proofs of surgical strikes by Indian Army.

AAP leader and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is one of these politicians who urged PM Narendra Modi to show proof to Pakistan. 

Agitated over Kejriwal questioning surgical strikes, a number of users took to Twitter and started slamming him for insulting Indian Army by raising doubts on surgical strikes.

Here are some of the interesting tweets posted by users on #Kejri_InsultsArmy hash tag:-

Arvind Kejriwal had released a video message "saluting" Prime Minister over surgical strikes along the LoC and urging him to "unmask" Pakistan's propaganda

The BJP on Tuesday said his remarks amounted to "seeking proof" of the army action while the AAP hit back saying their rival party was playing politics

Delhi BJP was quick to stage a demonstration outside Kejriwal's residence while Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said the Chief Minister gave Pakistan a chance to question India's position

Pre-empting political damage, Kejriwal spoke to reporters in Jodhpur, put out a series of tweets while senior AAP leaders briefed the media

However, Kejriwal didn't entirely abandon his yesterday's position as he and the party continued to demand the Centre take steps to counter Pakistan's propaganda.

From Zee News

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