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They will torture me more, but I will not bow down: Kejriwal


 Ahead of his surrender before Tihar jail authorities, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday took a jibe at BJP stating these people would torture him more than before this time, but he would not bow down.

In a video message, Kejriwal said, “I will surrender the day after tomorrow, I will leave my house at around 3:00 PM to surrender. It is possible that this time they will torture me more, but I will not bow down.”

“They tried to break me in many ways, tried to bow me down, tried to silence me. But they did not succeed,” Kejriwal alleged.

“In jail, they stopped my insulin injections for many days, my sugar reached 300, 325 (mg/dL). If the sugar remains so high for so many days, then the kidney and liver get damaged. I don’t know what these people wanted, why did they do this,” Kejriwal added.

“When I went to jail, my weight was 70 kg. Today it is 64 kg. Even after being released from jail, my weight is not increasing. Doctors are saying that this can also be a sign of some major disease in the body. Many tests need to be done, ketone level in my urine has also increased a lot,” he said.

He further assured the people of Delhi that they would continue to get all facilities. Wherever I live, all your work, including 24-hour free electricity, treatment, and bus travel for women will continue, I will not let them stop, Kejriwal said.

“We are all fighting dictatorship together. If something happens to me to save the country, if I even lose my life, then do not be sad,” Kejriwal added.

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