Jailed Sukesh Chandrashekhar accused Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
Jailed Sukesh Chandrashekhar accused Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Because of his letters sent from jail, Sukesh Chandrashekhar, who is being held at Tihar’s Mandoli jail in connection with a Rs 200 crore fraud case, is frequently in the news. On Thursday, another letter he wrote out, in which he talked about contesting elections against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

In this, Sukesh mentioned a phone number xxxxxxx102, and asked CM Kejriwal to answer whose number it is. He said that for the past three days, this number has been calling my family. Since there had been no activity for the past two months, I was also taken aback as to why I had not been receiving any threats or offers from you.

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In the letter, Sukesh said that the Aam Aadmi Party was offering him the chance to run for the Lok Sabha seat in either Tamil Nadu or Karnataka. Is it truly your intention to seduce me with all of this? Dont give me more lollipops, please. You’ll be taken into custody soon and admitted to Tihar Club. Now that the entire nation is aware of your corruption, you begin your countdown.

He further wrote that I want to tell you two things publicly. I am not afraid of your threat once you face me in the Delhi Assembly elections next year. You’ll discover how adored you are by the people of Delhi. You will watch how the team fights amongst itself like a pack of hounds once you get to Tihar Jail.

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He further mentioned in the letter that CM Arvind Kejriwal has received multiple summonses from the ED. He wrote, “Why don’t you cooperate with the ED investigation if you consider yourself to be so truthful?” I’ll keep exposing you and providing the CBI with all the information about Satyendra Jain and your other associates. The final line of the letter reads, “Jai Shri Ram.”

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