According to sources, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader was expected to meet party workers and decide on strategies for the upcoming elections apart from holding public rallies.
During his just concluded Gujarat visit, Kejriwal sought appointment to meet Narendra Modi challenging his claims on development in the state. However, he was denied permission to meet the BJP PM candidate for the general election.
Meanwhile, BJP moved the election commission slamming Kejriwal for his scathing remark against Modi. Gujarat BJP chief R C Faldu lodged the complaint, saying the allegation that Gujarat Chief Minister Modi 'kills his opponents' was outrageous and "unparliamentary".
The complaint said that making such allegations is a criminal offence under the Indian Penal Code. "It also violates Representation of the People Act and the model code of conduct," Faldu said in the complaint.