Satyender Jain News LIVE Updates: Viral video showing AAP Minister Satyender Jain enjoying a meal in Tihar prison
The latest CCTV footage from Tihar prison sources shows Jain receiving an elaborate meal in prison.
Sources at Tihar prison also said the Delhi minister gained 8kg in weight while incarcerated, contrary to his lawyer’s claims that he lost 28kg.
The new footage surfaced a day after Jain testified in the Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday that he was denied privileges like proper food and medical screening at Tihar prison. He had also claimed to have lost 28 kg while being locked up in prison.
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