Kejriwal has also planned a roadshow to the venue, where he is exepcted to address a huge crowd. However reports suggest that AAP has not been given permission to hold a rally at the venue.
After Friday's high voltage drama that unfolded in Gandhinagar, BJP came down heavily on Kejriwal criticising his actions saying that he had indulged a publicity stunt when he tried to meet Narendra Modi without any prior intimation.
Ever since Kejriwal embarked on his three-day tour in Gujarat, he has openly criticised Narendra Modi for making false claims about the 'development' in the state. He said: "The current condition of the state is nothing as Modi claims it to be. There is no development. In fact farmers here are sufferring."