Kejriwal Asks TV Anchor to Play Up Sections of His Interview

Published: 10th March 2014 09:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th March 2014 09:59 AM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

A video showing AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal asking a TV news anchor to emphasise certain sections of his interview went viral on Youtube tonight.     

The video, which is over a minute long, shows Kejriwal and the news anchor in a conversation after the interview.      

During the conversation, Kejriwal is seen asking the TV anchor to give emphasis on certain segments of the interview.           

"Please play it up more," Kejriwal said in the video.     

To this, the television anchor was seen saying: "Yes, we will play it up. The Bhagat Singh (comment) is good. We will get a lot of reaction to this."          

The interview was apparently given by Kejriwal after he resigned as Delhi Chief Minister.        

Incidentally, the video was made public on the day when Kejriwal criticised the media and accused a certain section of being biased against him.

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