Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal is well known for his artistic inclinations and talents. Be it his mini-film reviews on Twitter or his public interaction messages and advertisements on all radio,TV and social media, Kejriwal leaves no stone unturned when it comes to addressing the masses.

And days after AAP leader and poet Kumar Vishwas' song on drug addiction in Punjab, the party supremo has now sung a song himself:

Here is the video:     

The song is a parody of Kishore Kumar song, 'Aa chal ke tujhe main leke chalun, ek aise gagan ke tale…” from the 1964 film, Door Gagan ki Chhaon Mein.

The lyrics have been changed to 'Ek aise gagan ke tale, jahan chor na ho, jahan bhrasht bhi na ho, bas aap/AAP ka raaj chale!' (under one such sky, where there are no thieves, where there are no corrupt, only you rule the land)

This confirms one thing. While being CM may have honed his political skills, his singing skills unfortunately still leave a lot to be desired. 

Like when he decided to sing during his swearing in and no one really saw it coming: 

or this where he got an audience to sing better than him: 

One thing's for sure, the voters of Punjab may be in for a lot more songs as the party's poll campaign for the state's elections heats up.