Arvind Kejriwal admitted to naturopathy institute in Bengaluru

Written by | January 28, 2016 | 0

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday got admitted to the Jindal Nature Cure Institute on the city outskirts for undergoing naturopathy treatment for the next 10 days.

Mr Kejriwal and his wife came to the institute in the afternoon and they would be staying in an accommodation called “Nest”, institute sources said.

The 47-year-old AAP national convener had undergone 12 days of naturopathy treatment at the same institute for chronic cough and diabetes in March last year.

Mr Kejriwal has come for detoxification and he will also undergo treatment for his cough and diabetes-related ailments for which he was treated last time, sources said. The AAP supremo’s wife will also undergo treatment for some undisclosed ailments, they said, adding that doctors on day-to-day basis will decide on the type of therapy they will undergo.

Mr Kejriwal is also likely to attend a rally organised by the AAP state unit on January 31, demanding abolition of rule 8 of Motor Vehicles Act which mandates 8th standard pass for obtaining auto driving licence, party officials have said. Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia will take care of the day-to-day affairs of Delhi government for 10 days in Mr Kejriwal’s absence. A senior government official said that Mr Kejriwal’s cough has worsened since the winter started.

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