Jailed AAP leader Satyendar Jain fell unconscious inside Tihar jail washroom, admitted to DDU hospital
On Thursday, Jailed Aam Aadmi Party leader Satyendar Jain fainted inside the Tihar jail washroom, he was immediately admitted to Deen Dayal Upadhyay hospital in Delhi.
The Tihar Jail administration has informed Jain slipped and fell inside the bathroom in his ward last night and has suffered minor injuries.
Reports claimed, AAP has shared that the leader felt dizzy after which he fell in the bathroom.
This was the second instance in the week that the former Delhi health minister was admitted to the hospital.
Jain was brought to the Safdarjung Hospitral in the capital for examination of his spine problem on Monday.
On Saturday last week, Jain complained of a problem in his spine on which he was taken to the Deen Dayal Upadhyay hospital but wished for a second opinion.
At Safdarjung, the former Delhi Health Minister visited the neurosurgery OPD, where after the examination by the doctors he left.
The pictures of Satyendar Jain sitting in a bench with two policemen around went viral and was mostly shared by AAP leaders.
As per reports, Jain has lost around 35 kg weight since he was arrested last year.
In the picture shared, Jain is purportedly seen scraggy and weak as compared to his earlier pictures from the time when was not arrested.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also tweeted the picture of Jain in the hospital writing that he prays god for Jain’s better condition and attacked the BJP saying the Delhi people are watching the atrocities of the BJP and even god is not going to forbid them for their actions.
Kehjriwal added AAP’s fight against the dictatorship and injustice will remained continued.
On May 30 last year, Jain was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
After a probe was conducted, ED said the investigation revealed that during 2015-16 when Jain was a Minister in Delhi government , the companies which were beneficially owned and controlled by him had the entries of receiving assets worth Rs 4.81 in its books from shell paper companies against cash transferred to Kolkata through the hawala route.