Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will again visit Goa in the first week of August during which he is expected to meet a cross section of society including farmers.
“Kejriwal will be in Goa during the first week of August.
This would be his third visit to the state,” Goa AAP spokesperson Rupesh Shinkre said today.
During the visit, Kejriwal is expected to meet women’s groups, people affected with the iron ore mining activity, farmers and agriculturists, he said.
“We might also arrange one more interaction with the youth during his Goa visit. The modalities are being finalised,” Shinkre said.
AAP has announced that they will contest all the 40 seats in the Goa Assembly elections next year.
Kejriwal had addressed a public rally in Goa on May 23 this year, during which he criticised both BJP and Congress and accused them of being hand in glove with each other.
During his second visit on June 28, he had interacted with fishermen, representatives of small and medium hotels and the youth.