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Kejriwal's second order from custody, police barricade Modi's residence

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ED officials went to Kejriwal's house last Thursday to question him. He was arrested that night. AAP leaders, supporters and activists staged a siege at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's residence on Tuesday to protest against his arrest. But that program was foiled at the beginning by the Delhi Police. Section 144 was issued at the place of protest. Assembly was also not allowed. According to the police, AAP did not even seek permission for the protest program. At a time when the police were arresting the AAP activists-supporters who had gathered for protests in places, Sourav Bharadwaj announced the second order of the Chief Minister in a press conference.

Sourav said, 'The Chief Minister is in jail. But he has his heart set on the people of Delhi. He is worried about the health of poor people. He gave me some instructions in this regard. He said that he heard that medicines are not available free of charge in some hospitals and Mohalla clinics. It has been reported that necessary health tests are not being done. He instructed me to take immediate action if the news is true.

BJP also held a protest rally on Tuesday. Their demand was that Kejriwal should resign from the post of Chief Minister. The BJP has also demanded that he be sacked if he does not resign on his own.

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