Arvind Kejriwal Seeks Doctor Consultation From Jail After Blood Sugar Drops

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, currently held in judicial custody over the Delhi liquor policy case, notified the Rouse Avenue Court on Tuesday regarding his fluctuating blood sugar levels. A plea has been submitted to the court seeking permission for regular monitoring of Kejriwal’s sugar levels and virtual consultations with his physician three times weekly.

Kejriwal’s legal counsel pressed for the allowance of virtual consultations with the doctor who assessed him before his arrest, citing a concerning incident during his custody where his blood sugar level dropped to 46.

However, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) highlighted the availability of medical staff within the jail and requested time to respond to Kejriwal’s plea. The next court session is scheduled for April 18 at 2 pm.

In a separate development, the Supreme Court announced it will hear Kejriwal’s plea challenging his March 21 arrest by the ED after April 29, following its dismissal by the Delhi High Court on April 9.

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