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Video of AAP worker checking Reliance Jio features goes viral, faces axe from party

01, Sep 2016 By Shaitaan Khopdi ™

Delhi: A day after an AAP minister was sacked by Arvind Kejriwal for getting caught in a sex CD, another video of an AAP worker has gone viral. Mukesh Thadani, a Mohalla level worker of AAP in Delhi’s Vivek Vihar was caught on tape browsing the internet to check Reliance Jio’s features.

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Not even one incident of indiscipline will be tolerated

A fellow AAP worker filmed the whole act, which was carried out in AAP office itself, and put it on YouTube. As per sources the video will be delivered to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal by 8PM tonight and he is expected to announce the news of sacking Mukesh through Twitter by 8:30 PM.

An AAP office bearer on the condition of anonymity told us, “I have seen the video, and it looks genuine. I think Anil is in trouble. He was caught on tape, compromising party’s ethics. This goes against the party line. This type of indiscipline cannot be tolerated in our party. People voted for AAP to get free Wi-Fi. Without waiting till AAP finishes its term, how can you jump the boat and start looking for other choices for free internet?”

“All these people who are trying to lure you with freebies are trying to scam you. This Ambani guy will cheat the poors, dalits and farmers of country and provide you free internet from that money. Otherwise where else will he get money for all these populist data plans?” quipped a worker of AAP’s social media cell while retweeting tweets of various AAP leaders from his 5 twitter accounts.

Mukesh Thadani was not available for comments but Faking News reporter Shaitaan Khopdi™ managed to talk to his brother Anil Thadani. As per Anil, “Mukesh was frustrated waiting for free Wi-Fi since last 1.5 years and could not control his emotions as soon as he came to know that Jio was offering free data for first 3 months.”

Meanwhile, AAP has installed a firewall to block every website mentioning Ambani, Adani and LG.