Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, AAP leader Raghav Chadha arrive at Amritsar airport in Punjab

Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party  leader Arvind Kejriwal will visit Punjab on Tuesday. The two-day visit comes months ahead of assembly elections in the state, where Aam Aadmi Party is showcasing its 'Delhi model' to emerge on top.


Party leader Raghav Chadha said that Arvind Kejriwal will land at Amritsar airport at about 3 pm and visit Jalandhar's famous Devi Talab temple to offer prayers at 6 pm.

Chadha further informed that the AAP national convenor will be visiting Devi Talab Mandir to offer prayers for Punjab's prosperity. The Assembly elections in Punjab are scheduled to be held next year. AAP will be contesting for the election here.

AAP, which is already the main opposition party in Punjab after winning 20 seats in 2017 is trying to take advantage of the flux in state's ruling party, the Congress. It is also highlighting the issues in the Akalis' 10-year-long rule to emerge on top in assembly elections this time.


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