ED Claimed That Arvind Kejriwal Was Intentionally Consuming Mangoes And Sweets In Jail To Increase His Blood Sugar Level In Order To Secure Bail






The Enforcement Directorate (ED) informed a Delhi court that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was intentionally consuming mangoes, sweets, and sugary tea to elevate his blood sugar levels, potentially as a strategy to seek bail on medical grounds.

These assertions were presented by ED counsel Zoheb Hossain during proceedings before Special Judge Kaveri Baweja in response to Kejriwal’s request for routine monitoring of his blood sugar levels and virtual consultations with his primary physician.

The counsel appearing for the ED submitted that “Today, he (Kejriwal) is in court custody. He is in custody because of our case. The cause of concern is he was allowed prescribed home cooked food because he claimed he has high diabetes. But he is having mangoes, sweets and sugar with with tea. This is a basis to create a ground for bail”.

Counsel revealed that the specifics emerged subsequent to the agency’s correspondence with Tihar jail, inquiring about Kejriwal’s dietary requirements and medication regimen.

Advocate representing Kejriwal, contested the assertions made by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), alleging that the investigative body was solely targeting media attention with these claims.

He further announced his decision to retract the current application, intending to submit an improved version.

Kejriwal is presently incarcerated in Tihar jail as part of the money laundering investigation linked to the Delhi excise policy case. His legal representatives informed the Rouse Avenue Court that the sugar levels of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor had plummeted to 46 and were exhibiting continuous fluctuations.

Today, the Court requested a report from Tihar Jail detailing Kejriwal’s dietary plan.

Kejriwal was apprehended on March 21 by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) over accusations of being the primary conspirator in a money laundering case under investigation.

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