Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who led a 30-hour protest, which ended on Tuesday, visited a hospital here for a medical check up on Wednesday. Though he skipped office, he attended a number of meetings with government officials at his residence.
The Delhi Chief Minister underwent a series of tests, including CT scan. Kejriwal had been suffering from serious bouts of cough over the past two months and also had fever. His family doctor Bipin Mittal told media that the Delhi CM has been advised two days rest. His cough increased due to sleeping in the open in the biting cold of Delhi and long speeches. He also said that Kejriwal is a diabetic.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police have registered an FIR against AAP protesters who demonstrated outside Rail Bhavan here. The FIR has been filed against unknown persons. Kejriwal, who had led the demonstration, has not been named in the FIR.
The protest by Kejriwal, along with AAP leaders and party workers came to an end on Tuesday following the intervention of Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung after two policemen were sent on leave.