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Kejriwal's Request: Keep Me Out Of Jail

Kejriwal's Request: Keep Me Out Of Jail

During a roadshow in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged people to vote for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on May 25 to prevent him from returning to jail. 

Joined by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Kejriwal campaigned for the AAP's New Delhi Lok Sabha candidate, Somnath Bharti, in Moti Nagar.

Kejriwal is currently out on interim bail until June 1 and facing surrender on June 2. He expressed that his return to jail could be avoided if people chose the AAP symbol, the broom (jhadu). 

He claimed that his efforts for the people of Delhi led to his imprisonment alleging that the BJP wanted to obstruct the progress made in the city.

Kejriwal emphasized the importance of voting for AAP assuring that he would continue serving the public even at odd hours. He warned that if he returned to jail the BJP might impede the city's welfare initiatives such as free electricity, education, and healthcare services. 

Voting for all seven seats in Delhi is scheduled for May 25. He simply requests the voters to vote for his party and keep him out of jail.