When Arvind Kejriwal met Pakistan’s Imran Khan


Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal met the legendary Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician, Imran Khan on Sunday.

Kejriwal said, “Met Imran Khan and we shared our experiences in politics. Both challenging status quo in respective countries.”

Social media users have always drawn a parallel between the two leaders because of their political journey and the path they took to achieve their respective political goals.

Both leaders also used social media platforms to great advantage to extract political advantages.

Like Khan, Kejriwal too had formed a political party on the promise of carrying out new politics.

Khan had formed Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI), while Kejriwal leads Aam Aadmi Party in India.



  1. Hemant Desai a year ago

    Why u people r fooling Delhities. Delhi is the capital of India. All countries embassy, diplomats, parliament, House of VIP all are situated in Delhi. In such a situation, will it OK to give all powers to state by granting Delhi full statehood??? If Delhi gets full statehood then it will create two multiple power centers resulting in confusion. DDA and MCD powers have to be divided resulting in choas. There will be issues of multiplicity of power, land ownership and law and order. As entire decision regarding governance and administration r taken by government based on Delhi, it have to be under government control. Its s state of government employ. Therefore have to be under government control. All foriegn president, PMs, diplomats are arrviving in Delhi. The central government should have a control over it. Majority of democracy like USA , England have their capital controlled by central goevrnment.


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