Delhi Liquor Scam / Insulin given to CM Kejriwal in Tihar, know what the jail DG said?

Zoom News : Apr 23, 2024, 08:58 AM
Delhi Liquor Scam: Big news is coming out quoting sources. CM Arvind Kejriwal, lodged in Tihar jail in the Delhi liquor scam case, has been given insulin for the first time after his arrest in Tihar. It is being told that Arvind Kejriwal's sugar level was continuously increasing, after which he was given insulin. Kejriwal's sugar level had gone up to 320 and due to this, for the first time after his arrest by ED, he was given insulin in jail.

DG of jail said this

On the health of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Tihar Jail Director General (Prisons) Sanjay Beniwal says, "...there is a fixed time for serving food to Arvind Kejriwal and he gets home food through the court order. After that, it takes 5 to 7 minutes for the food to reach them.'' Around 900-1000 prisoners have diabetes...I am managing 900-1000 of the prisoners every day. For me, these are not issues, but people raise it for political issues, I am not involved in it..."

We have given all the answers to the court

On CM Kejriwal's letter to the jail superintendent, he said, "20,000 people live in the jail, everyone has some issues - real and alleged." We also have to make arrangements for their redress... There is a visiting judge in every jail who keeps an eye on everyone.'' Health needs, if the place where they live is clean and if they have access to legal redress. Received...They also listen to the complaints of prisoners..."

Kejriwal is living a normal life

On the report submitted by Tihar Jail administration to Delhi LG VK Saxena, Tihar Jail Director General (Prisons) Sanjay Beniwal has said, "LG is our executive head and not only on this issue but he also seeks reports from us on other issues. There is nothing new in this, it is very natural, we have given the answer to the questions raised in the court..." Director General of Tihar Jail on the allegations of weight loss of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Sanjay Beniwal says, "...he is leading a normal life like every other prisoner..."