After a meeting in Goa, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal made a statement, both political and in fashion. While he claimed that his political party AAP, would be able to garner 35 out of 40 seats in the upcoming state elections, he also brought out a bold fashion statement by wearing flowers in his hair. Also Read - Twitter Voice Tweets rolling out for iOS: What are they, how to sendAlso Read - World Emoji Day 2021: Twitter reveals 10 most used emojis in 2021 in India
I always wondered what the Snapchat filter with the flower tiara would look like in real life and believe me I had actually put up a story on who would ever walk around with so many flowers in their hair. But hey look, Kejriwal has done it and he did it better than anyone. Also Read - Top Tech News today: Realme Watch 2 Pro launch date, Vivo Y72 launched in India, WhatsApp multi-device feature
The Aam Aadmi Party has always been popular for being omnipresent on the social media when it comes to their campaigns, but Arvind Kejriwal has certainly taken this a step ahead. Of course, the social media wasn t letting this go without a little (or rather a lot) of trolling.
I will drink , then i will go in parties.
(@modivanibharat) June 28, 2016
can’t wait till he meets florists https://t.co/3656Fmqvwj
Gayatri Jayaraman (@Gayatri__J) June 28, 2016
And setting new fashion trends https://t.co/nbwArMwPAe
Smita Prakash (@smitaprakash) June 28, 2016
That said, would you believe me if I told that this isn t the first time an Indian politician wore a bizarre headgear as part of a campaign?
There was this one time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi had to wear this.
And then there is Rahul Gandhi wearing this colorful hat.