Going back to jail on June 2, they will try to break me but won’t bow down: Kejriwal

Delhi Chief Minister on Friday said he will be surrendering on June 2 and asserted that he will not bow down even if he is harassed in jail.

The (AAP) national convenor was granted interim bail by the Supreme Court till June 1 for Lok Sabha election campaigning. After being released from jail, Kejriwal campaigned in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Delhi and Maharashtra.

“I have to surrender on June 2 and I do not know how long I will stay in jail this time. I am going to jail for saving this country from dictatorship and I am proud of it,” the chief minister told a virtual press conference.

“They tried to break me. They stopped my medicines while I was in jail. My weight reduced by six kg after being arrested. My weight was 70 kg when I was arrested. I have not gained weight after coming out of jail,” Kejriwal said.

Doctors have advised several tests and “they feel this could be a sign of some underlying medical condition”, he added.

The chief minister said he will leave his residence around 3 pm on Sunday to surrender at Tihar jail.

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