AAP claims plot to kill Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal uncovered in Tihar jail


Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, is reportedly facing life-threatening conditions behind bars, with allegations surfacing about a plot to harm him by manipulating his medical needs. Kejriwal, who has been in judicial custody since March 21 due to his alleged involvement in a liquor policy scam, is said to be denied essential medical supplies such as insulin despite his severe diabetic condition. According to Atishi, a cabinet minister in Kejriwal’s administration, there is a dire conspiracy at play aimed at jeopardizing the Chief Minister’s health, orchestrated by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) through its wing, the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

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During a press conference, Minister Atishi presented alarming accusations against the BJP and ED, claiming that these authorities are blocking the supply of home-cooked food to Kejriwal, crucial for managing his diabetes. The minister detailed how Kejriwal’s sugar level has escalated to over 300 mg/dl, a critically high range that can pose immediate health risks. She countered claims from the ED, which had suggested in court that Kejriwal was intentionally consuming sweets to manipulate his health condition and secure bail.

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The situation has garnered significant attention as the Delhi court considers Kejriwal’s health issues. The court has allowed the Chief Minister to receive home-cooked food and requested a medical report from Tihar jail authorities. This report will include details on Kejriwal’s diet and his access to medical consultations. The hearing concerning Kejriwal’s health management in jail is scheduled for tomorrow at 2 PM, highlighting the urgency of the situation.

The allegations, if proven true, could have severe implications for the treatment of high-profile prisoners and might reflect broader issues within the judicial custody system in India. The denial of necessary medical care to someone with severe diabetes could be seen as a violation of human rights, stressing the need for immediate and transparent interventions to safeguard Kejriwal’s health.

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As this story unfolds, it raises significant questions about political motivations and the integrity of law enforcement agencies involved in the care of incarcerated individuals. The coming days are crucial in determining the outcome of this high-stakes health and political drama in one of India’s most closely watched judicial cases.

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