Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, is keen to expand AAP around the country and in that initiative or move he will share stage with his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar in Patna and deliver a lecture on ‘Governance’. Few days back Nitish Kumar was in Delhi to attend the ‘Bihar Samman Sammelan’ as chief guest. The event was organised by the AAP Government in an attempt to help Kumar connect with the Delhi-based Bihar voters.
Kejriwal and 11 AAP leaders with roots in Bihar organised the event to felicitate Nitish and pledge their support to him for the elections. The two leaders will also work out a schedule for holding and addressing joint public meetings.
Asserting that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is not part of the alliance in Bihar, Congress leader Shakeel Ahmed on Thursday said that one must not give unnecessary importance to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s visit to Patna. “He is not there for the alliance; the first rally of alliance is on 30th. He is a Chief Minister and he might have gone there to attend some government programme for which Bihar Chief Minister might have invited him,” Ahmed told ANI.
“Kejriwal ji’s performance in Delhi has been very poor. The people of Delhi are very disappointed,” he added. Kejriwal was shown black flags by the protestors, who claimed to be the supporters of veteran social activist Anna Hazare, on his arrival at the Patna airport The protestor alleged that Kejriwal has betrayed Hazare.