"We remember the time when Anna Hazare and Kejriwal company was creating chaos against Congress government at Ramlila ground (in Delhi). At that time, Kejriwal was garnering praise by leveling absurd allegations against the Congress leadership. There was a tug of war (between political parties) to support Kejriwal's hooliganism," the Shiv Sena said an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.

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"We did not support Arvind Kejriwal then. We politely advised the BJP to not support Arvind Kejriwal's demonic attitude or it may backfire one day. Jaitley is now bearing the brunt of this blow-back. Hazare is not with Kejriwal and he has challenged Jaitley. The lesson learnt from this episode is that you (the BJP) should listen to (ally) Shiv Sena at times as well. We may not be very clever but we have a few lessons in our books as well," the Shiv Sena said.
It further said while Kejriwal has to be respected as he has become the Chief Minister through a democratically elected government, the language used by him against the Prime Minister and Jaitley is akin to that of a roadside rowdy.

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