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Kapil Mishra's song 'AK Teri Kursi Gol'. Youtube
  • Kapil Mishra is a former minister from Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party
  • After being sacked from the party, Kapil Mishra exposed Arvind Kejriwal’s corruption
  • The former minister is on a ‘100 days of surgical strike against corrupt Kejriwal

New Delhi, August 17, 2017: Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, has received a birthday gift from his party’s former minister Kapil Mishra.

Kapil Mishra is a former minister from AAP who was sacked as the water minister from the party earlier in March this year. Since then, he has been fully determined to expose the corrupt party leaders.

ALSO READ: Kapil Mishra Questions Arvind Kejriwal’s Absence in the Assembly Meet as Delhi CM skips Fourth Day in a row

As CM Kejriwal celebrated his birthday on 16th August, he received a gift from Kapil Mishra as well. In fact, Mishra declared it on his Facebook and Twitter accounts.

So what was this birthday surprize? Well, Kapil Mishra had dedicated a song to Arvind Kejriwal. Titled ‘AK Teri Kursi Gol’, the song is actually a parody. It questions Arvind Kejriwal’s faith in himself and takes a blunt dig at Satyendra Kumar Jain, Delhi’s cabinet minister.

The song is composed along the lines of RJ Malishka’s viral song ‘Sonu’. The video features regular Delhi citizens collectively asking questions to the CM in a fun way.

The song was released at 3 PM with the caption ‘Birthday Surprise for you Arvind Kejriwal. Soon all Delhi will be singing this for you. Enjoy!’

The video, at the time of writing, has more than 3,000 retweets and more than 4,000 likes on Twitter. On Youtube, the video has earned more than 47,000 views.

The song questions various issues. It points out the poor quality of roads and infrastructure, the lack of proper healthcare, and the fact that the CM has been missing from the Legislative Assembly meetings.

Further, it urges Arvind Kejriwal to say something on the accusations placed on him, and concludes with awaring Kejriwal that the youth, elders, women, autowallas and everyone else has figured out what his government is about, and that they will soon be changing that.

The song comes as part of Kapil Mishra’s pledge of ‘100 Days of Surgical Strike Against Corrupt Kejriwal’.

– prepared by Saksham Narula of NewsGram. Twitter @Saksham2394


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