Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is a heartbroken man and the reason is legit. His iconic Maruti Suzuki WagonR car has been stolen in the national capital. The blue vehicle with details DL-9CG-9769 was stolen from outside Delhi Secretariat on Thursday and it is a matter of national concern. You have to be living under a giant rock, my friend, to fathom why a lost vehicle is making headlines. Nicknamed ‘AAP Mobile’, Kejriwal’s blue WagonR shot to fame when the political leader used it to camp and sleep in during a protest against the Delhi Police at the Rail Bhawan in 2014. And again during Delhi assembly elections 2015, Arvind Kejriwal drove around in it for his campaigns. Instead of nursing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader’s bruised heart; the ‘stone-hearted’ Twitteratis are taking potshots at him. Not done, Twitterverse, simply not done. But we think you might be interested in reading some of the funniest (absolute savage) reactions to Arvind Kejriwal’s missing car. Arvind Kejriwal’s Blue WagonR Stolen From Outside Delhi Secretariat, FIR Registered.

News agency ANI first reported on Kejriwal’s blue WagonR stolen on October 12 and a FIR been lodged in the matter. The car was parked outside the Delhi Secretariat. It went missing around 1 am,” a senior police official told PTI. While several hours have passed since the car went missing, the party has announced to offer an award to anyone giving details of WagonR’s whereabouts. Though the amount has not been disclosed, AAP hopes to get their famous hatchback.

“I want this car back. There are a lot of emotions, memories attached to it. Whoever returns the car, I will give him a suitable reward, which will be much more than what he will get from selling the car,” announced AAP’s Naveen Jaihind, a senior leader from Haryana. The blue hatchback was used by the party to demonstrate its commitment to fighting against the prevalent VIP culture.

While one can completely understand Arvind Kejriwal and AAP’s emotional attachment with the lost car, it does not stop the Twitterati from having a field day. From taking jibes at Kejriwal’s conduct so far in politics to his obsession with blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), trolls are stopping at nothing.

1. Ruing Over The Missed Opportunity

2. Ouch! Why Are People So Mean (and Funny)?

3. Nice Trick to Buy a New Car

4. People Target His Obsession with Blaming PM Modi

Vandana Singh, working with the media cell of Aam Aadmi Party alerted police about the car being missing at around 3.51 pm on Thursday. Kejriwal who does not share a cordial relationship with the Delhi Police conveyed his feelings subtly by retweeting a post that targeted the city police’s alertness. The original post by a user named Arvind Jha with the handle ‘jalajboy’ reads, “So much for Delhi police – dhyan kidhar hai !!” Well, the 49-year-old AAP leader might have refrained from making comments but that has not stopped him from making his thoughts over the police clear.