Kejriwal says ‘happy birthday’ to wife, ‘I love you’ to people of Delhi with flying kiss
For AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal, February 11 is a special day for two reasons. Today marks his wife's birthday and AAP came to power for a third term in Delhi
New Delhi: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal on February 11 shared some lighter moments with his wife Sunita Kejriwal as his party retained power in the national capital.
Arvind, who donned a blue sweater and a muffler wrapped around his neck, started the winner’s speech at the AAP office with slogans of "Inquilab Zindabad" and "Vande Mataram".
An ecstatic Kejriwal seemed overwhelmed by the response of the people.
“Dilliwalon, ghazab kar diya aapne. (People of Delhi, you have done an amazing job) I love you," he said while giving supporters a flying kiss to his supporters gathered at the party office.
Kejriwal told the sea of supporters that today is his wife Sunita's birthday. The unexpected remark made her blush. She thanked supporters for birthday wishes with folded hands.
"...My workers and my family also supported me. Today is also my wife's birthday. I had the cake, will share it with you all too. Thank you all," he said.
Sunita also thanked supporters for the wishes.
Arvind's children Harshita and Pulkit were also present at the party office.
Speaking to ANI later, Sunita said the victory of AAP today is the biggest gift for her and termed the win as "victory of truth."
"It's the biggest gift I could have received. This is the victory of truth. I think politics should be done on the basis of issues. Political parties should learn that certain comments shouldn't be made," she said.
Earlier in the day, Arvind and his family celebrated Sunita's birthday.