Arvind Kejriwal writes letters to supporters proving he's not guilty

Kejriwal writing letters from jail
New Delhi, May 21: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, whose judicial custody, was extended today till June 6 has been writing letters from the Tihar Jail where he is currently lodged.

Kejriwal has been writing letters to his supporters asking them to give the letter to each and every house in Delhi. He has asked them to go and reach out to people telling them that he has done nothing wrong.

In his letter he wrote: "The accused is roaming freely and the person who is not guilty is in jail."

Kejriwal was sent to judicial custody in the Nitin Gadkari defamation case after he failed to furnish a bond of Rs 10,000. However Kejriwal said that he was innocent and had done nothing wrong.

The court also asked him to challenge its order sending him to jail before a higher court after Kejriwal questioned its decision.

Protests had erupted in front of Tihar Jail on Tuesday after he was sent to judicial custody.

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