Five lakh Delhiites vowed not to pay inflated power bill: AAP
New Delhi: The indefinite fast of AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal against "inflated" power and water bills entered the eighth day on Saturday with the party claiming that his health was within normal range.
In a statement, the party claimed over five lakh people in Delhi have vowed not to pay inflated power and water bills.
The AAP camp got a boost as Anna Hazare, who had split with Kejriwal, came to visit the fasting protester last night. Hazare had urged Kejriwal not to prolong his fast.
The statement said Kejriwal`s health parameters were within normal range.
"His Blood Pressure is 110/70, pulse is 70, weight is 59 and Ketone is 3+. His sugar report is awaited," it said.
Addressing his supporters, Kejriwal urged them to reconnect power supply of all those people whose electricity has been disconnected by power discoms due to non-payment of bill.
Kejriwal said Hazare`s visit to his protest site lent strength to the movement.
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