Arvind Kejriwal
Arvind KejriwalReuters

Anti-corruption activist and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal lost 6kg as his indefinite hunger strike entered the seventh day on Friday.

On March 23, Kejriwal has started his indefinite fast against the "inflated" electricity bills in the national capital.

According to reports, doctors are keeping a constant watch on his deteriorating health and said that he has lost 6kg so far.

However, a statement issued by the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday said that all his vital parameters were within the normal range.

"His blood pressure was 120/74, pulse was 66 and sugar was 106 this morning. The level of ketones has come down from 4+ to 3+, which is a positive indication," the party said.

Meanwhile, Kejriwal accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress of bribing voters and using muscle power for procuring votes in elections.

Kejriwal added that several people raised questions on why there was no reaction from BJP and Congress about his hunger strike.

"This is because BJP and Congress are both worried as a different kind of politics is slowly emerging in India. So far they are used to winning on the basis of bribing voters, money power and muscle power but now the voters have awakened. The elections will not be elections but revolution," said Kejriwal, according to Press Trust of India.

The AAP also claimed the total number of protestors have reached 2.69 lakh after 82,726 people on Tuesday pledged they will not pay the power bills.  The protest letters will soon be handed over to Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit.