Aam Aadmi Party is planning to organise a volunteers’ meet in Goa next week, a day after Delhi Chief Minister and party convener Arvind Kejriwal’s scheduled rally in the coastal state.
“We are planning a volunteers’ meet on Monday a day after Kejriwal’s public rally. The meet is still being finalised,” AAP’s media coordinator for Goa, Rupesh Shinkre told PTI today.
Kejriwal is scheduled to address his first ever public meeting after formation of AAP on 22 May.
AAP, which has kicked off the ‘Goa Jodo’ campaign ahead of next year’s elections, says it plans to take the drive to next level after Kejriwal’s rally on Sunday.
“‘Goa Jodo’ campaign will go to next level after Kejriwal’s public meeting. Wait for the announcement…we have a lot of things lined up to reach to the people,” Shinkre said.
AAP has resisted the idea of contesting assembly elections beyond Punjab even though several senior leaders are keen to fight in small states such as Uttarakhand and Goa. But, sources say that Kejriwal is against the idea of entering electoral battle beyond Punjab for the moment.