New Delhi. After the super success of his previous fund-raising initiatives such as offering dinner with himself at a price, and now “Coffee with Kejriwal“, Arvind Kejriwal is all set to launch the ‘Daaru Pe Dance’ initiative on New Year’s eve to raise more funds for Aam Aadmi Party ahead of Delhi assembly elections.
In ‘Daaru Pe Dance 2014’, the attendees will have to pay Rs 20,000 each to get sloshed with Kejriwal and other AAP leaders, followed by a freestyle dance. This price is not inclusive of the alcohol that Kejriwal will consume, whose cost the attendees will have to bear.
“It has been a while since I partied, so I thought of a party that will benefit my party,” Kejriwal told Faking News, “But on a more serious note, I was wondering what more innovative we can do besides having tea and dinner; something that catches the attention of youth of Delhi, especially the engineers, who form a huge chunk of vote bank everywhere in the country and tend to support BJP.”
“We are trying to connect with the youth. At the same time our karyakartas should not compromise on their new year party plans. Aam aadmi too should have fun yaar!” he said as he gulped a peg of Old Monk, a krantikari brand of liquor as confirmed by a leading journalist.
At the press conference, Kejriwal had prominent party members like Manish Sisodia, Yogendra Yadav, and Kumar Vishwas for company, all sporting Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses to promote the ‘Daaru Pe Dance’ fundraiser.
“The entire party is in party mood, where are you dude? Come pay some money, we will dance with you honey!” the party poet Kumar Vishwas declared.
The press conference started with the Yo Yo Honey Singh’s chart-buster ‘Blue Eyes’. When questioned if Honey Singh would be at the party as well, Kejriwal remained tight-lipped. However sources tell us that Honey Singh has been approached for the party with a special request from Kejriwal to compose a new kind of ‘party’ song.
The dress code of the event has been finalized as a muffler and a topi, something that attendees will have to strictly adhere to.
Sources confirm that the party organizers have been strictly asked to not mix the alcohol offered by attendees with water or cola, as dilution stands for scam.