Arvind Kejriwal
In picture: The Wikipedia page of Arvind Kejriwal lists him as "murkha mantri."Screenshot

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was "insulted" by Wikipedia, with the Hindi page of the free encyclopaedia calling him "murkha mantri" — which translates to "foolish minister." The Hindi word for chief minister is "mukhya mantri."

However, that is not the only change that has been made to the page. At one place, Kejriwal's surname has been changed to "Kejribawal." "Bawal" in Hindi translates to problems or chaos. 

What's more, the name of the AAP has also been changed to the Aam Aamdani Party. Aamdani means income or profit in Hindi. The AAP and its leaders have recently been accused of perpetrating scams, and Kejriwal has been urged to step down as a result. 

Kejriwal has been a highly divisive figure in Indian politics since the time he entered it in 2013-14. He has been elected chief minister of Delhi twice, but has in recent times taken to heavily opposing and criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

Arvind Kejriwal
In picture: Arvind Kejriwal's name has been changed to "Arvind Kejribawal", and the name of the Aam Aadmi Party has been changed to Aam Aamdani Party.Screenshot

Wikipedia, it may be remembered, is a free-to-edit website, but has been known to block people from editing certain sections. For example, it had famously shut out several pro-Scientology users who used to scrub the Scientology page on the website to ensure that nothing bad about the cult and its practices is posted online.