Arvind Kejriwal Enters Tihar Jail as Undertrial No. 670: Visitors, Sugar Check, and Book Access Granted

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By Sunil Chaudhary

Undertrial No. 670 — Arvind Kejriwal enters Tihar; allowed 5 visitors, sugar check, books

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, designated as undertrial number 670, has entered Tihar Jail amidst a set of arrangements that include visitation rights, medical checks, and access to reading materials.

Arvind Kejriwal Enters Tihar Jail as Undertrial No. 670: Visitors, Sugar Check, and Book Access Granted

Visitation Privileges

Kejriwal’s close associates and family members have been listed in the visitors’ register for regular visits. The roster includes his wife, daughter, son, private secretary Bibhav Kumar, and Rajya Sabha MP and AAP’s national general secretary (organisation) Sandeep Pathak.

Medical Monitoring

As part of the stipulations outlined by the court, provisions have been made for regular checks on Kejriwal’s health, including monitoring his sugar levels. This precautionary measure aims to ensure his well-being during his time in custody.

Access to Reading Materials

Acknowledging the importance of intellectual engagement, Kejriwal has been granted access to books during his stay in Tihar Jail. This provision reflects the recognition of the value of education and mental stimulation even within the confines of incarceration.

Conclusion

Arvind Kejriwal’s entry into Tihar Jail as undertrial number 670 marks a significant juncture in his legal journey. Despite the challenges posed by his current circumstances, arrangements have been made to facilitate essential aspects of his well-being, including visitation rights, medical monitoring, and access to reading materials. As the legal proceedings unfold, Kejriwal’s time in custody underscores the complexities of India’s political landscape and the intersection of law and governance

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