Updated: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 01:11 PM IST
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: The mini mufflerman or baby Kejriwal who was officially invited to the oath-taking ceremony in Delhi on Sunday yet again stole the show during the CM's oath-taking ceremony. Cameramen were quick to roll towards him as soon as he arrived at the event.
The child dressed as Kejriwal (wearing cap, red sweater, mustache, and a muffler) had gone viral on social media after his presence at Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) office on the counting day.
As mini mufferman made his presence felt at the swearing-in ceremony, here's how the netizens reacted on Twitter.
A user tweeted, "Chotu mufflarman aaya. Chooo cute."
Chotu mufflarman aaya. Chooo cute.— Manisha Rajput 卐 (@manisharajput55) February 16, 2020
"Best picture", wrote another user.
Cutie Kejriwal— Mannu (@mannu_meh) February 16, 2020
Lovestruck pic— दिवित कुमार (@BuddyDivit) February 16, 2020
— praveen khandelwal (@praveenkhandel6) February 16, 2020
Earlier on February 11, AAP had shared his picture on Twitter. It garnered over 32,500 likes and more than 4000 retweets.
"Mufflerman," wrote the Aam Aadmi Party while tweeting the image, adding a smiley face emoji.
The new trend made other parents also dress their children as the 51-year-old Kejriwal who were present at the swearing-in ceremony.
Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday officially took oath as Chief Minister of Delhi for the third term. In his weraing-in ceremony, Kejriwal said, "Your son has taken oath for third time as Delhi CM; this is not my victory but yours. I did not give step-motherly treatment to anyone and worked for everyone in last 5 years. I want to work by taking everyone along. We forgive our opponents for whatever remarks they made during poll campaign. Want to work with Centre to make Delhi number one city."
"Want to seek blessings of PM Narendra Modi for smooth governance of Delhi," he added.
Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, Imran Hussain, Rajendra Pal Gautam, Kailash Gahlot and Gopal Rai took oath as the council of ministers in the newly-sworn Delhi Cabinet on Sunday at the Ramlila Maidan.
AAP had won 62 seats in the Delhi Assembly elections, while the Bharatiya Janata Party bagged eight seats.