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Kejriwal secretly wrote new constitution for Delhi during his vipassana: Sources

11, Aug 2016 By Beer & Biryani

Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, who returned from Dharamsala’s popular vipassana center earlier today, is believed to have secretly written a new constitution for the state of Delhi. As per sources, this was the real reason he went on vipassana, to write the Delhi constitution in peace.

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“Ab maine sanvidhaan padha hi nahin, likha bhi hai”

Kejriwal’s continuous tussle with LG Najeeb Jung and the Central government is believed to be the reason behind him penning a new constitution. “The new constitution will be for the Republic of New Delhi, the future name of National Capital Region. We don’t want any more argument with Mr. jung and since that is unavoidable with the present constitution, we are writing a new one for Delhi. This constitution will be quite flexible and amendments will be passed through referendums”, an AAP insider told Faking News.

“After Pranab Da gave a copy of the constitution, Kejriwal ji read it cover to cover and realized that there are giant loopholes in it. To rectify those errors and to make it a people-friendly constitution, he rewrote it. Since he wasn’t getting any free time in Delhi thanks to Modi ji, he took the cover of this vipassana”, he added.

We spoke to Ashutosh to check if he has any details about Kejriwal’s new constitution. “I can’t disclose any details right now but can confirm that Delhi constitution will be separate from that of the country. The biggest thing is that Arvind’s constitution will report to him, and LG will report to the constitution. We will present our constitution to the people of Delhi on the 15th of August.”

As per our sources, Arnab Goswami is reportedly inspired with Kejriwal’s customized constitution, and has already started working on customized IPC rules, which be called APC (Arnab Penal Code). As per his PA, it will be applicable to the nation from 9 PM to 11 PM every night from Monday to Friday.