Delhi has become used to the love-hate-love relationship that the Delhi Government chief Arvind Kejriwal and centre's man in the capital, Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung share.
The letter exchanging, Twitter warring, photo ops at Iftar everything about the duo is a political manifestation of the somewhat human bond they have developed over time.
Latest in the Kejri-Jung 'love affair' is the CM stepping forward to back the Lt. Governor.
Sh Najeeb Jung is a good man with bad political bossesÃ¢ Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 26, 2015
Kejriwal's support came after two BJP MPs, Udit Raj and Mahesh Giri lambasted Najeeb Jung for being the 'Super King' of the capital and not giving time to MPs.
Congress n BJP both demanding Sh Najeeb Jung's removal? Strange. Is he at fault? No. He is doin what PMO is asking him to do(1/2)Ã¢ Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 26, 2015
Removing him will not help. His successor wud also do same if PMO kept interfering. Real solution is PMO shud stop interfering in Delhi(2/2)Ã¢ Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 26, 2015
Kejriwal's sentiments show the difference in his political and person stance towards Jung, especially in the light of everything Kejriwal has said against Jung so far.