Ahead of Arvind Kejriwal's tour to Surat, posters attacking him sprang up in the city, placing the Delhi Chief Minister alongside terrorists like Osama bin Laden, Hafiz Saeed and the Hizbul Mujahideen's Burhan Wani.
"Heroes of Pakistan," said the posters were hurriedly removed by Aam Aadmi Party activists.
Kejriwal has drawn strong criticism for asking the government to provide evidence of the Indian Army's surgical strikes across the Line of Control against terrorist launch pads in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir earlier this month.
Posters branding him "traitor" have been put up in north Gujarat's Surat and Unjha, where he will today meet families of those killed during the Patel agitation in Gujarat.
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