Delhi: Woman pleads for daughter's life in front of CM Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi, Jan 6: As Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claims that he is an "aam aadmi", a poor woman reached his residence in Ghaziabad in the hope that he would extend financial assistance so that her six-year-old daughter can be treated.

Rukhsana's daughter Aksa is suffering from liver ailment and her husband Firoz is a labourer. Aksa was undergoing medical treatment at the government-run Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narain hospital in Delhi.

A resident of Sanjay Colony in Delhi, Rukhsana was told by hospital doctors that Aksa should be treated at a private hospital. But the expanses of treatment at a private hospital is unaffordable by her husband.

"Kejriwal ji, please save my daughter's life", Rukhsana said.

So, in a hope, Rukhsana took her daughter at Girnar Apartments in Kaushambhi, Kejriwal's residence, on Sunday to plead for the treatment of her daughter. But she was not allowed to enter inside the house. So, she sat at the entrance door of Kejriwal's home.

"Kejriwal ji, please save my daughter's life", Rukhsana reportedly said.

But when Kejriwal along with his convoy left for office, her presence was ignored.

When mediapersons caught her attention, she narrated the whole matter. Then, some AAP workers assured her that her daughter will soon receive treatment at a private hospital.

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