In Kerala, AAP ties up with 20-20, a corporate organisation masquerading as a political party, which allegedly uses its CSR funds for political purposes. Kejriwal today made the announcement of a tieup which would be known as 'Public Welfare Alliance' at a public event with Kitex group's Sabu Jacob held at Kitex Garments ground at Kizhakkambalam. AAP and 20-20 are indeed natural allies, for both are known for their contempt towards workers' rights. Anganwadi workers in Delhi have been protesting for long because the AAP govt has not been giving them minimum wages(last hike was way back in 2017), while Kitex employees are also denied proper wages and are made to live in deplorable conditions. The only other possible ally for AAP in Kerala would be their former ideological friends - the sanghis. No one has forgotten Kejriwal's silence during Delhi riots and during many of the anti-minority/dalit attacks by the saffron gang.
To come to Kerala and ask people to "come to AAP, if you want schools, hospitals and development" takes a total lack of understanding about the state and its achievements in health and education.
It is when such visitors from up North arrive here with dubious intentions that Malayalis make wilful use of their Hindi knowledge to say - "ജാവോ".