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“Send Your Message”: Arvind Kejriwal’s Wife Sunita Shares WhatsApp Number

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'Send your message': Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita shares WhatsApp number


Sunita Kejriwal had used video messages to directly address AAP supporters.

New Delhi:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s wife today shared a helpline number for his supporters to share their messages with the AAP chief, who remains in the custody of the Enforcement Directorate since his arrest last week.

“We are starting a drive from today – ‘Kejriwal ko Aashirvaad’. You can send your blessings and prayers to him on WhatsApp number 8297324624. You can send any message you want,” Sunita Kejriwal said in a video message.

She said many people had called her saying they were fasting for Mr Kejriwal’s release.

“This is how much people love him. Send us whatever you want to tell us. Any message from you will reach him and he will be happy to read it. You don’t have to be from AAP to write to him,” added the wife of the first minister added.

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Mrs. Kejriwal had used video messages to address AAP supporters immediately after her husband’s arrest.

While being produced in court yesterday, Kejriwal termed the case against him as a “political conspiracy”. His wife told reporters outside the court that he is not doing well in the ED custody.

“His health is not going well at the moment. Your Prime Minister is being harassed. The public will give a befitting response to this,” she said after the court extended his detention in the emergency room until April 1.

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Mr Kejriwal, who was arrested on March 21, is the third AAP leader, after Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh, to be arrested for alleged liquor policy scams.

The ED believes that the now abolished policy gave a high profit margin of almost 185 percent for retailers and 12 percent for wholesalers. Part of the discount from the wholesalers was recovered as bribe and allegedly used to finance the AAP’s election campaign in Goa, the agency claims.

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