Arvind Kejriwal offers prayers at Connaught Place temple

Arvind Kejriwal offers prayers at Connaught Place temple 

New Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal was released from Tihar Jail on Friday evening, hours after the Supreme Court granted him an interim bail to campaign for the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.

However, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will visit Hanuman Mandir today. They have visited Bhagwan Hanuman in the ancient Hanuman Temple located in Connaught Place. Then, after the visit, the Delhi CM will hold a press conference at 1 pm. 

Arvind Kejriwal Thanked people

After leaving Tihar Jail, Kejriwal opened the sunroof of his car and came out. Addressing the workers, he said, 'It feels good to be among you people. I said I would come soon, I am here. He said, 'I want to thank you all. I thank the judges of the Supreme Court.

Arvind Kejriwal said that I want to thank the judge of the Supreme Court, because of whom I am among you all today. My request to the people is that we all have to come together and save the country from dictatorship. 140 crore people will have to fight against dictatorship. I feel good being among you all. 

Kejriwal arrest

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was arrested on March 21, barely days after the Model Code of Conduct for the general election was declared on March 16. He is currently lodged in the Tihar jail on his sixth stretch of remand till May 20.

Kejriwal came out on bail 

Kejriwal came out on bail from Tihar Jail on May 10. He remained imprisoned in Tihar jail for 39 days. The court has given him relief for 1 June i.e. 22 days. He will have to surrender in Tihar on June 2. After leaving jail, he did a road show and thanked the people of Delhi and Lord Hanuman. He told the workers that we all have to come together and save the country from dictatorship. I am fighting with my body, mind and money. Fighting against dictatorship.


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