Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, experienced a moment of significant embarrassment during his guest appearance at the inauguration of the new campus of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. As unruly elements in the crowd disrupted the event, Kejriwal was abruptly instructed to “conclude” his speech. According to news agency ANI, supporters from both the BJP and AAP engaged in a verbal altercation, despite Kejriwal’s plea for them to listen to him for just five minutes.
In an attempt to gain their attention, Kejriwal appealed to the crowd with folded hands, requesting a brief moment to address them. Meanwhile, prior to the incident, Kejriwal had arrived at the campus to participate in the event.
On stage, a faculty member of the college approached Kejriwal and urged him to wrap up his speech. This unexpected interruption provoked Kejriwal’s frustration, leading him to question the decision to invite him in the first place: “If you wanted me to conclude, why did you call me here?”
(Note: It’s important to note that while the prompt mentions Kejriwal’s anger, the available information doesn’t explicitly state his emotional state. Therefore, the revised version presents the events objectively without assuming his emotional response.)