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' Fit and fine' Kejri all set to roar again.

THE 12- days of naturopathy treatment at Bengaluru for chronic cough and diabetes it seems has done wonders for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who, on Monday, said that he was " excited to return to resume work". " Cough gone, sugar under control. Feeling fresh and fit. ( I) am excited to return to resume work," Kejriwal tweeted before leaving for Delhi.

The 46- year- old AAP leader was discharged from Jindal Nature Cure Institute on the outskirts of Bengaluru where he was admitted on March 5 and returned to Delhi around 8 pm on Monday.

In the Capital, Kejriwal's doctor Vipin Mittal, who met the CM after he reached his Kaushambi residence, said the naturopathy treatment has made Kejriwal fitter. " His cough is almost treated and he has lost all the extra fat. He is looking fitter. The naturopathy treatment has done an amazing job," Mittal said.

The chief minister was suffering from chronic cough and high sugar when he left for Bengaluru 12 days ago. " His sugar is under control. It is around 107 after eating, which is well within the safe range," Mittal said.

But the chairman of Jindal Nature Cure Institute, K. R. Raghunath, had a word of caution for the CM. " Kejriwal was following a regimented style routine while under treatment but going back to the old routine could mean problems again," he warned.

He added, " There has been some exaggerated report on Delhi chief minister's visit here; some people say that he has been cured of cough, some people say a phenomenal improvement, but please note that naturopathy is not magic, neither are we conducting a miracle in our institute." The Chief Minister, meanwhile, said he was in touch with Deputy CM Manish Sisodia on a regular basis and has certain schemes in mind to implement. " In the last 12 days, I got the time to think on what changes which can be brought in Delhi, especially in education and ration scheme ( PDS). I used to speak to Manish ( Sisodia), Kejriwal said. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was suffering from chronic cough and high sugar when he left for Bengaluru 12 days ago

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