How Arvind Kejriwal Spent His Night In Tihar Jail | Exclusive Details

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was brought to Tihar Jail on Monday after Delhi's Rouse Avenue court sent him to judicial custody till April 15.
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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal (File photo)

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New Delhi: After nearly a decade, Arvind Kejriwal finds himself back within the confines of Tihar Jail, this time as a serving Chief Minister with a high-risk threat assessment. Given his severe diabetes, Kejriwal was granted permission to have home-cooked meals and medication last evening.
Assigned to an isolation room, Delhi's CM was provided with a table and chair to accommodate his three books. Despite the limited space, Kejriwal did not voice any complaints, sources from Tihar jail told Times Now.
Kejriwal opted to sleep on his own bedding, which differed from the standard issue provided by the jail authorities.
Notably, officials observed Kejriwal placing his personal devices such as a sugar sensor and glucometer, along with essentials like Isabgol, glucose, and toffees, on his table in case of sudden fluctuations in his sugar levels.
Today, Kejriwal woke up early and was served breakfast at 6:40 AM, followed by tea.
Following an early lunch, he will return to his cell at noon and remain there until 3 PM.
Kejriwal will also be allowed to watch television. There will be 18 and 20 channels, including news channels, entertainment and sports channels.
The Court directed the Jail Superintendent to provide necessary items like Isabgol, Glucose, Toffees, and Banana in case of sudden sugar level drops, and to monitor his blood pressure and sugar levels regularly.
On a special request, Kejriwal will be provided three books - the Ramayan, Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, and How Prime Ministers Decide - a book by journalist Neerja Chowdhury.
Kejriwal was brought to Tihar Jail on Monday after Delhi's Rouse Avenue court sent him to judicial custody till April 15. Kejriwal was arrested on March 21 by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with an excise policy-linked money laundering case.
Arrested on March 21 by the Enforcement Directorate in relation to the Delhi liquor excise policy scam case, Kejriwal appeared in the court of Special Judge Kaveri Baweja on Monday, following the conclusion of his ED custody. The federal agency accused the Delhi CM of being "wholly uncooperative" and requested 15-day judicial custody.
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