Kejriwal returns from Vipassana, will hold review meeting on Wednesday
On September 11, the Delhi chief minister had left for the vipassana course during which he could not access newspapers, televisions or any other form of media.Updated: Sep 19, 2017, 23:52 IST
Returning from a 10-day vipassana break in Maharashtra, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will hold a review meeting with his cabinet ministers on Wednesday.
The chief minister will review the works done in his absence and those that remain pending, a government spokesperson said. Kejriwal returned to the Capital on Tuesday night.
“Reach Del tonite. Back to work from tomo. Meeting all my ministers at 10 am tomo morning (sic),” the chief minister tweeted.
Earlier in the day, he also tweeted, “Jst finished Vipassna meditation course. Its bliss. Hope someday, me n my wife will fully immerse ourselves in meditation (sic).”
On September 11, the Delhi chief minister had left for the vipassana course during which he could not access newspapers, televisions or any other form of media.
Kejriwal is known to be an ardent practitioner of vipassana. Last year in August, Kejriwal had gone to Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamkot to attend a 10-day vipassana session at a meditation centre.
The AAP chief had also taken a break to practice vipassana after a hectic campaign post the Lok Sabha polls in 2014 and the Delhi Assembly polls in 2013.
He had gone to Bengaluru earlier this year to undergo a naturopathy treatment for high blood sugar after months of campaigning for elections in Punjab and Goa.