Manish Sisodia’s Wife Seema Meets Jailed Husband After 103 Days, Says ‘Politics Is A Dirty Game’

New DelhiSeema Sisodia, the ailing wife of former Delhi deputy chief minister and jailed AAP leader Manish Sisodia, met her husband “after a gap of 103 days” and later posted an emotional note revealing how her well-wishers had helped her. warned that “the world of politics will only be in trouble.” Seema Sisodia wrote the letter after a seven-hour conversation with her husband – which was allowed due to his deteriorating health condition – revealing her harrowing experience in the world of politics as the jailed AAP leader’s wife .

Seema Sisodia recounted how the police were stationed outside their bedroom and constantly watched and listened to every word of their conversation. In a message posted on her Twitter handle, Seema mentioned how policemen were stationed outside their bedroom to watch the two and listen to every word they said during their seven-hour conversation.

He also talked about the challenges and sacrifices that come in the realm of politics, terming it as a “dirty game”.

Delhi Excise Policy Case

Former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on February 26 for his alleged role in the Excise Policy scam and has been in custody since then. The High Court had on May 30 denied him bail in the CBI case. He was arrested on March 9 in a case registered by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and is currently in judicial custody.

‘Stay away from politics’

Recalling the early warnings from well-wishers advising her to stay away from politics, Seema Sisodia stressed on how her husband (AAP supremo) Arvind Kejriwal and other like-minded individuals were determined to join forces with her. Be firm in your decision.

“While these people were in the process of forming the party, we received several warnings from well-wishers advising them to stay away from politics. He warned us that journalism and activism are good things to do, but getting embroiled in the world of politics will only lead to trouble. Those in power will do everything in their power to hinder our work and cause pain to our family,” she wrote.

However, Manish was determined. He joined forces with Arvind ji and other like-minded individuals, and together, they proved they could make a difference. Compelled to address important issues like health care, electricity and water,” she said in her message in Hindi.

Seema, who suffers from the autoimmune disorder ‘multiple sclerosis’, said she saw her husband’s unwavering determination and dedication during the meeting. “Today, I saw the same unwavering determination on Manish’s face that was evident in his words. Despite sleeping on the floor for 103 days plagued by mosquitoes, ants, insects and the scorching heat, he remains unperturbed with the dream of “uplifting society through education and doing honest politics with Arvind Kejriwal” in his eyes. No matter how many difficulties and conspiracies arise, his commitment remains unshakable,” he said.

Politics of education will win: Seema

He also mentioned how in the last three months, Manish has immersed himself in studying the history of education around the world. “He delves into the stories of leaders from various nations who have devoted themselves to education, examining how their efforts have advanced their countries. Japan, China, Singapore, Israel, the United States… He During our meeting today, along with discussing my health, these topics were also discussed.

“Those conspiring against Arvind and Manish can be happy to put one of Arvind’s soldiers in jail. What they fail to see, however, is that within the four walls of Tihar Jail, the dream of an educated and prosperous India in 2047 is being woven with unwavering force in one corner. Integrity and commitment to educational reform will undoubtedly triumph over lies and conspiracies,” his message added.

The Delhi High Court had last week allowed the jailed AAP leader to meet his ailing wife at her residence. The court had also made it clear that Sisodia would not interact with the media or any other person except his family members and also not use his phone or internet.

Hope Sisodia gets bail soon: Kejriwal

Earlier in the day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal got emotional remembering his former deputy while inaugurating a new branch of BR Ambedkar School of Specialized Excellence in Bawana.

Kejriwal said, “I am remembering Manish Sisodia today. Manish started it with the aim of providing quality education to all. They made false allegations against him and put him in jail unjustly.” He said that Sisodia will get bail very soon.