Taking cues from Britain's exit of European Union, Aam Aadmi Party Chief and Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal asked him to throw him out of India. He said that he was willing to take referendum on his exit from India.
"Modiji mujhe bahar nikalna chahte he ji. Wo Delhi ki development nahi chahte he ji sirf aur sirf mujhse entertainment karwaana chahte hai ji. Maine unko pucha bhi ki kya mein aapko dance karke dikha du jo aap Delhi ko freedom denge ji. Toh unhone mujhe hamesha ki tarah ignore kiya ji. Mein aaj referendum leta hu ji (talking to the audience which came to listen to his speech). Kya aap mujhe Hindustan se bahar karna chaahte hai ji, ya aur kuch time tak ke liye entertainment chahte hai ji," said Kejriwal who got confused response.
An Aam Aadmi Party leader said that entire audience was confused over Arvind Kejriwal's question.
"Everyone wanted him to leave India but not at the cost of entertainment he is providing them everyday. He is the biggest time pass of the country today," AAP senior leader Ashish Khetan confirmed "Therefore, everyone was confused how to answer."
Khetan told correspondent that AAP would conduct a referendum on Kejriwal's exit soon.
He said "We will ask all Delhites, do you want entertainment or do you want him to leave India as Modiji wants him to do. People can give their votes using 'Kejriwal ka free wifi'."