Kejriwal Shown Black Flags During Haryana Roadshow

Published: 22nd March 2014 11:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd March 2014 11:35 AM   |  A+A-


Aam Admi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal was shown black flags by some local residents in Faridabad as he kicked off his two-day Haryana roadshow from the city this morning.

Kejriwal along with AAP candidate Purushotam Dagar of Faridabad Lok Sabha seat began his roadshow from Sector 37 market.

When Kejriwal along with his supporters reached Faridabad, some residents, who claimed that they did not support any political party, showed black flags to him and raised slogans against the AAP.

"Showing black flag to Kejriwal is nothing new in this country. Black flags are always shown by the opposition parties. Kejriwal is the only leader who can govern this country very well," said a AAP supporter.

The former Delhi Chief Minister's roadshow will pass through different parts of Faridabad like Chandawali, Dayalpur, Chaynsa, Mohna and Alawalpur and end at Nuh on Saturday night.

The roadshow is scheduled to enter Gurgaon, from where AAP leader Yogendra Yadav is contesting elections, on Sunday afternoon and will continue through various areas.

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