Kejriwal Sent to 3-Day CBI Custody with Special Privileges

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is sent to 3-day CBI custody, with the court granting home-cooked food, daily meetings with his lawyer and wife, and access to his diabetes medication and religious texts.

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By A Staff Reporter

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been sent to 3-day CBI custody following a court order. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had requested a 5-day custody, but the court granted only 3 days. Kejriwal will be presented before the court again on June 29 by 7 PM. The court has allowed him to have home-cooked food and daily meetings with his lawyer and wife. Additionally, Kejriwal is permitted to carry his diabetes-related medicines and a Glucometer. He is also allowed to read the Gita during his custody. The court emphasized that any required medical attention for the Chief Minister should be provided by the CBI.