In the name of the cow, the man has become a global icon in the process.

The man, who goes by the nom de guerre Mr. Singh, who has been living in the US for the last nine years, has amassed a cult following on social media.

For many, Mr. Kumar has become an instant hit, even after a month on the streets of Delhi.

On Saturday, he had launched his second rally, this time in the Indian capital, where he was welcomed by crowds of thousands, who gathered in central Delhi to celebrate his victory over the incumbent, Arvind Kejriwal.

Mr. Singh has been known for his fiery rhetoric, and his speeches have attracted a global audience.

In fact, his rallies are considered a part of his political agenda.

He has said that the BJP is “a political party of destruction”, adding that the Congress is a “fascist party”.

In his speech, Mr Kumar said that there was a strong possibility that the AAP and its chief, Arun Jaitley, will be defeated.

It was also his first rally in India, and he said that he had “finally won the war”.

His speech came after a rally by BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in the same city, where the BJP lost in the previous Lok Sabha elections.

There was a lot of cheering and cheering, he said.

While the crowd cheered, Mr Singh also asked his supporters to join him in protesting against the ruling BJP.

His supporters were divided on the issue, with some of them chanting slogans of anti-establishment, anti-national and anti-capitalism.

One woman asked Mr Kumar to join her in the march.

A woman asked the Prime Minister to join me in the protests against the BJP and the Modi government.

He did not answer her, she told NDTV.

“If we are to stand up against the anti-social elements in our country, then we must stand up for the people,” she said.

The woman said that she was also against Mr. Modi and his party.

But a man in the crowd asked the man to join the march as well.

“He is not a Modi supporter, but we must show the country that we stand against corruption and the misuse of power,” the man said.

He then said that this was a great day.