Fighting for people of Delhi..AAP leader Atishi hospitalised...

According to delhi Water minister Atishi's admission to the hospital amid her extended hunger strike over the city's water crisis, her blood sugar level dropped to 36, according to AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj on Tuesday. Early on tuesday morning, Atishi was admitted to the national capital's Lok nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) Hospital.
Bharadwaj wrote on X, "Atishi's blood sugar level dropped to 36, so she has been admitted to LNJP Hospital." Since last night, her blood sugar levels have been declining. Her blood sugar level was 46 when we submitted her sample. Her blood sugar reading was 36 when we measured it with a handheld device... The doctors are monitoring her vital signs and will only make recommendations after that, he continued. In an effort to pressure the haryana government into providing 100 million gallons of water per day (MGD) for the nation's capital, Atishi has embarked on an indefinite hunger strike. This has led to a serious situation.
Her indefinite fast entered its fifth day on Tuesday. According to a news statement from AAP, Atishi is "risking her life" in her quest for Delhi's fair share of water. The party stated that Atishi has promised to carry out her indefinite hunger strike until the haryana government gives water to Delhiites and till the gates of the Hathnikund Barrage remain closed.
The delhi administration, led by the AAP, has claimed that haryana is reducing the national capital's water supply by 100 million gallons per day, exacerbating the water crisis and negatively affecting the lives of 28 lakh people.
The national capital's growing warmth and heatwaves, which raised water use, were the primary causes of Delhi's water issue. These days, a lot of delhi neighborhoods rely on water tankers to supply their daily water needs.

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