Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal, who was supposed to go to Ralegan Siddhi to support Anna Hazare, has dropped the plan due to his ill health.
"Kejriwal is suffering from high fever due to which he is unable to go to Ralegan Siddhi to support Hazare, who is on indefinite hunger strike for passage of Jan Lokpal Bill in the Parliament," AAP spokesperson Manish Sisodia said.
Instead of Kejriwal, party leader Kumar Vishwas, Sanjay Singh and Gopal Rai have left for Ralegan Siddhi, he said.
Yesterday during a public meeting, Kejriwal had announced that he and Kumar Vishwas would go to Ralegan Sidhi to support Hazare's agitation.
Former IPS officer and social activist Kiran Bedi having a word with Anna Hazare during the second day of his indefinite hunger strike for Jan Lokpal Bill, at his village in Ralegan Siddhi. PTI Photo
Kejriwal addressed the public meeting after the stunning victory in the Delhi Assembly polls despite running high fever, Sisodia said.
He was rushed to a doctor as soon as the public meeting ended who asked him to take rest. Kejriwal would visit Ralegan Sidhi to support Hazare once he is well, Sisodhia said.
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