Is there a plot to murder Arvind Kejriwal? Shocking details inside!

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In a startling revelation, AAP leader Saurabh Bhardwaj has accused unknown forces of plotting a ‘slow death’ for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. This bombshell allegation follows closely after comments by another AAP leader, Atishi, who similarly charged that there is a deliberate plan to endanger Kejriwal’s life by depriving him of necessary medical care amid his worsening health conditions.

According to Bhardwaj, who is a cabinet minister in Delhi, there is a sinister plot unfolding aimed directly at the Chief Minister. “I want to say with full responsibility that a conspiracy is underway for the slow death of Kejriwal,” he declared in a press conference. This claim gains more traction with Atishi’s allegations that the ruling BJP is behind this supposed conspiracy. Atishi highlighted the critical nature of Kejriwal’s health, noting his dangerously high blood sugar levels, which have consistently been above 300 mg/dL. She stated, “Despite Kejriwal’s repeated requests, he is not being given insulin, and his sugar level is increasing. He is not being given medication because there is a plot to kill him.”

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The gravity of the situation was underscored during a hearing at Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court, where Kejriwal’s petition for insulin administration and a daily 15-minute video consultation with a doctor was deliberated. The court has reserved its ruling, with a decision expected soon. Bhardwaj ominously warned of the potential life-threatening consequences if Kejriwal does not receive his medication, indicating that no administrative measure could compensate for the potential permanent damage to Kejriwal’s health.

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Adding to the controversy, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has accused Kejriwal of intentionally consuming high-carb foods like mangoes and sweets to manipulate his blood sugar levels to support his bail plea. This accusation was met with fierce rebuttal from Kejriwal’s counsel, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who criticized the ED for what he termed ‘petty political and ridiculous’ arguments. “Is he a gangster? Is he a hardcore criminal? That he cannot get 15 minutes VC daily (with his doctor),” Singhvi argued, highlighting the perceived trivialization of Kejriwal’s health issues by the authorities.

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This unfolding story not only highlights the intense political rivalry in Delhi but also raises serious questions about the treatment of elected officials under judicial custody. The allegations, if true, could reveal a disturbing misuse of power aimed at stifling political dissent through physical and medical neglect. This case could have significant implications for the state of democracy and the rule of law in India, signaling a need for stringent oversight and transparency in the handling of political figures facing legal challenges.

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