Major blow to Kejriwal as insurance company rejects mediclaim.


New Delhi: In another major setback for the Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal after the defammation suit against finance minister Arun Jaitley recently, an insurance company (name withheld, similar to the name of Sonia Gandhi, Sharad Pawar and other top politicians in the Swiss Bank black money case) has rejected the mediclaim filed by him for his chronic cough.

As per the insurance policy documents, a copy of which is available with The QuackDoses, Kejriwal has claimed Rs. 10 Lakh cash back for the treatment of his ‘trademark’ cough which used to exacerbate during press conferences and dharnas before he became Chief Minister.

The insurance company has however refuted the claim on grounds that a muffler and sweater were not a recommended medical treatment modality and that Dr. Kumar Vishwas was not a real doctor. Also the Modi-booti and Pappu-booti that Kejriwal was on did not count as modern allopathic medicines.

In a press conference to media persons yesterday, Kejriwal said, “Main bahut chota admi hun, meri koi aukat nai hai. Inn insaurance company walon k piche Modi-BJP netaon ki milibhagat hai. Yeh log chahte hain ki mera allergic bronchitis pneumonia mein badal jaye aur main khatiya pakad lun. Agli baar ‘phir’ Dilli mein hamari sarkar aane do, inn insurance company walon ko hum expose karke jail bhijwa denge.”

There were unconfirmed reports that the multinational pharmaceutical company who had signed Kejriwal as brand ambassador of their cough syrup have now decided to not renew their contract at the end of 2017 as Kejriwal is publicly not coughing enough as promised in the deal.