Kejriwal unwell, not to attend office Monday
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will not attend office Monday as he is not well and has been advised rest
"Running 102 fever since yesterday. Severe loose motions. Sad that i won't be able to attend office today," Kejriwal tweeted Monday.
"It was so important to attend office today (Monday). We had planned the water announcement. God, bahut galat time par bimaar kiya (God, you made me fall ill at a wrong time)," he said.
His family doctor Vipin Mittal told reporters that he has diarrhoea and has been advised rest.
Kejriwal, who was sworn in as Delhi chief minister Saturday, was unwell Sunday and could not attend a morning "havan" his father Govind Ram Kejriwal had organised.
He, however, met people at his Ghaziabad residence Sunday and heard their grievances.
He was supposed to attend his Delhi secretariat office Monday, as important announcements on Aam Aadmi Party's pre-poll promises are awaited.
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