Delhi Court Rejects Kejriwal’s Plea For Daily Video Consultation, Directs AIIMS Medical Board For Treatment

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The Rouse Avenue Court, Delhi today rejected the plea moved by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to consult his doctor through video conferencing daily for 15 minutes with respect to his acute diabetes and fluctuating blood sugar level. Kejriwal had also sought to allow his wife to join and remain present on VC.
However, Special Judge (PC) Act Kaveri Baweja, who passed the order directed the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi to constitute a medical board which shall take a call on whether Mr Kejriwal needs to be administered Insulin or not.
The Court said that Mr Kejriwal be provided required medical treatment but in case of any specialised treatment, the jail authorities shall do so based on the advise of a medical board constituted by the Director AIIMS. Judge Baweja asked the medical board to prescribe a diet and exercise plan for the Delhi Chief Minister as well.

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