Kejriwal posted the cartoon, published in a leading national daily, on his Twitter account. Within minutes, #Kejriwalinsultshanuman started trending.

A person lodged a police complaint against the Delhi CM in Hyderabad seeking appropriate action against him for hurting religious sentiments.

The point of contention appeared to be a character sporting a tail which can be seen flying towards Modi while assuring him, 'Done Sir, all attention is on JNU'. The PM is shown standing amid raging fires over several socio-economic and security issues.

#KejriwalInsultsHanuman. Delhi CM @ArvindKejriwal must apologies unconditionally for mocking India & insulting Hanumanji", one Arvind Gupta tweeted.

Amit Malviya, in-charge of BJP's national IT department, tweeted, "If Kejriwal is benchmarked to the logic seculars applied after the Charlie Hebedo act, he should be at least in jail. #KejriwalInsultsHanuman".

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