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Kejriwal’s wife Sunita Kejriwal reads out Delhi CM’s message for AAP MLAs…

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s wife, Sunita Kejriwal, conducted another press conference on Thursday, April 4, where she relayed a message from the incarcerated chief minister. In the message from jail, Arvind Kejriwal urged AAP MLAs to regularly visit their respective areas and ensure that the residents do not encounter any difficulties, as stated by Sunita Kejriwal. The press conference took place a day after AAP MP Sanjay Singh was released from Tihar jail after six months and subsequently met Sunita Kejriwal at her residence in the national capital.

Arvind Kejriwal, who was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money laundering case related to the now-defunct Delhi excise policy, is currently in Tihar jail under judicial custody until April 15. Notably, Sunita Kejriwal, who refrained from involvement in politics while her husband was in office, has recently made three passionate video statements. During the last video message on March 29, Sunita Kejriwal introduced the ‘Kejriwal ko Aashirwad’ campaign, encouraging people to show their support for her husband. The press conference by Sunita Kejriwal was particularly notable for the backdrop, which displayed a picture of Arvind Kejriwal behind bars alongside separate images of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and Dr. B R Ambedkar.

As Sunita Kejriwal continued to convey his message, social media users were prompt to observe the deliberate positioning of Kejriwal’s image. Many users took to the microblogging platform X to criticize the party for drawing parallels between the incarcerated minister and Bhagat Singh and BR Ambedkar. During a digital media briefing, Sunita Kejriwal mentioned that her husband has confronted the “most corrupt and dictatorial forces” in the country and urged people to show their support through blessings and prayers. She also provided two WhatsApp numbers – 8297324624 and 9700297002 – for further communication.

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