Arvind Kejriwal returns to Delhi, refuses to comment on AAP rift

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejirwal’s legendary ‘khaasi’ has become a thing of past as he been cured of the ailment after he underwent intensive treatment at the Jindal Naturecure Institute.

Updated: Mar 17, 2015, 00:38 AM IST
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Bangalore: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejirwal’s legendary ‘khaasi’ has become a thing of past as he has been cured of the ailment after he underwent intensive treatment at the Jindal Naturecure Institute.

Kejirwal tweeted:

The Delhi CM also said that he was feeling fit and fresh and was excited to return to the national capital to resume his work.

However, when ANI asked him about ongoing conflict in his party, he refused to comment. He later reached at his Kaushambi residence in the evening. 

Dr Thampi of the Jindal Institute said, “We can say he has been cured of his dry cough, his diabetes is in control.”

The 46-year-old Aam Aadmi Party leader was admitted on March 5 to the hospital on the city's outskirts for treating his chronic cough and high blood sugar as he is a diabetic.

During his stay at the institute, Kejriwal underwent detoxification therapy for his cough and different types of drainage treatments. He was under a 12-hour regime from 5.30 am to 6 pm for detoxifying his body and restoring normalcy in his basic health.

His diet mainly constituted of vegetables and fruit juices, medicinal liquids, sprouts, boiled vegetables, chapathis and soup.

Kejriwal was at the same institute in 2012 where he spent 10 days for treatment of diabetes, along with anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare with complaints of high blood pressure.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also asked Kejriwal to consult a yoga therapist at a well known institute in Bengaluru for his persistent cough during the Delhi Police's 'At Home' function in New Delhi a couple of weeks ago.