A businessman from Visakhapatanam sent Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal a sum of Rs 364, why? Because he wants Kejriwal to buy a pair of formal shoes for himself.Embarrassed by how Kejriwal chose to wear sandals with socks during a banquet at Rashtrapati Bhawan which was hosted in honour of French President Francois Hollande, Sumit Agrawal said that Kejriwal needed to buy formal, closed shoes.Agrawal further said that Kejriwal’s decision to wear the particular footwear was not justified as he was representing the country and not “staging a dharna at an Aam Aadmi Party rally at Ramlila Maidan or Jantar Mantar.”<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The businessman sent the money to Delhi CM through a demand draft and also wrote an open letter saying, “Kejriwal was at the President’s dinner at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, not a friend’s birthday party in a restaurant in Hauz Khas. While dressing as per one’s convenience is a question of personal liberty, some places are above personal preferences…You’re a grown man. Please act according to the situation & dress for the occasion.”Agrawal also suspects that Kejriwal’s choice of footwear might have been a publicity stunt. Nonetheless, he said that he had taken a lot of efforts to collect the money. He wrote in his letter, “Sir, I know that this is a very small amount, but it is the result of the effort of an entire Sunday afternoon of hard work. I had initiated the collection with an initial contribution of Rs 49.”Read the full text of the letter here.