NEW DELHI: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi government’s campaign against dengue went viral on Monday after some twitter users photoshopped one of the images posted by chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.
CM Kejriwal had posted some photos on September 13, the second Sunday of the ‘10 Hafte, 10 Baje, 10 Minute’ anti-dengue campaign reminding citizens to clean stagnant water from plants, pots etc to avoid mosquito breeding.

However on Monday, Twitter user Krishna, known for photoshop expertise, shared two identical photos of CM Kejriwal captioned with a single word “FIXED”.

Twitterati got visibly curious as to what it was Krishna had ‘fixed’ given that the photo looked similar to the ones shared by the chief minister himself a day before.
Upon close observation, some users were able to figure the difference between the two photos.
The difference between the photo shared by the chief minister and the one edited by Krishna is that Kejriwal posted a photo which showed him watering the saucer under the flower pot while Krishna edited the photo to show Kejriwal watering the flower pot and not the saucer.
All AAP MLAs as part of the anti-dengue campaign post images as they check their residences for stagnant water in an effort to motivate citizenry.