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Arvind Kejriwal at the launch of Hashmi’s debut book titled ‘Kiss of Life’ .

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and actor Emraan Hashmi at the launch of a book, The Kiss of Life.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and actor Emraan Hashmi at the launch of a book, The Kiss of Life.
Congratulating Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi for having successfully won the struggle against his son’s cancer, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called the six-year old a bigger superstar that his father.
 

Kejriwal launched Hashmi’s debut book titled ‘Kiss of Life’ at India Islamic Cultural Centre in Delhi on Thursday.

Kejriwal launched Hashmi’s debut book titled ‘Kiss of Life’ at India Islamic Cultural Centre in Delhi on Thursday.
The book co-authored by Hashmi and 21-year-old Bilal Siddiqui, revolves around the actor’s journey of coming to terms with his 4 year-old son Ayaan’s kidney cancer and the long struggle that he and his wife endured, before their son was medically declared ‘cancer-free’.

Kejriwal said, ‘I would wish to congratulate Emraan and Bilal for writing this book. I haven’t read the book so far, but from whatever I have heard today, I believe your son is a bigger superstar that you’.

Kejriwal said, ‘I would wish to congratulate Emraan and Bilal for writing this book. I haven’t read the book so far, but from whatever I have heard today, I believe your son is a bigger superstar that you’.
Kejriwal said, ‘I would wish to congratulate Emraan and Bilal for writing this book. I haven’t read the book so far, but from whatever I have heard today, I believe your son is a bigger superstar that you’.

After Ayaan was diagnosed with the disease, he was taken to Canada for a seven-month-long treatment that was not only painful but also expensive.

After Ayaan was diagnosed with the disease, he was taken to Canada for a seven-month-long treatment that was not only painful but also expensive.
In This Image: Emraan Hashmi, Ayaan
According to the politician, Hashmi was fortunate to be able to finance such a costly treatment, pointing out that not everybody was capable of doing the same. It was the government’s duty to come to their aid, he said.
 

Emraan was fortunate to have the money to take his child to Canada. Only, at that place are a bunch of people in our state who cannot give such an expensive treatment.

Emraan was fortunate to have the money to take his child to Canada. Only, at that place are a bunch of people in our state who cannot give such an expensive treatment.
In This Image: Emraan Hashmi
I think here it is the government’s duty to invest sufficiently in public services so that people don’t go because they don’t have money. They should get complete healthcare facilities. That is the government’s job and in Delhi we are testing our best’, he alleged.