Kejriwal to attend vipassana session in Dharamsala


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will attend a 10-day vipassana session at a meditation centre in Dharamkot here.

He will arrive at the vipassana centre in Dharamkot, upper Dharamsala, on Monday and begin the course on Tuesday.

In-charge of the vipassana centre Pawan Sharma said Kejriwal would be briefed about his daily routines on August 1 and the course would start on August 2 morning and continue till August 11 evening.

He will not take up any official work and will not have access to newspapers, television or any other media during the period.

His deputy Manish Sisodia will be in charge of the government then.

The chief minister’s plan to go for vipassana comes nearly one-and-a-half years after he had gone for a similar session after hectic campaign for Lok Sabha elections in May, 2014.

AAP is preparing for the Assembly election in Punjab scheduled to be held in early 2017.

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