Kejriwal's arrival in this city, 250 km from Chandigarh, is likely to add to the political heat generated by the high-profile clash between senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley and Congress candidate, former chief minister Amarinder Singh, for the Amritsar Lok Sabha seat.
Kejriwal arrived late on Thursday night by train amid tight security and took out a road show to reach the Golden Temple complex. After offering prayers at the holiest of Sikh shrines, the AAP leader left for Tarn Taran for campaigning and is expected to hold road shows in Batala and Gurdaspur towns later Friday.
The AAP has fielded noted ophthalmologist Daljit Singh as its candidate for the Amritsar seat to take on Jaitley and Amarinder.
AAP has fielded ophthalmologist Daljit Singh as its candidate from Amritsar
On Saturday, Kejriwal will visit Khatkar Kalan, the village of martyr Bhagat Singh, near Nawan Shehr town, 80 km from Chandigarh. He will hold road shows in Ludhiana, where AAP has fielded lawyer H.S. Phoolka.
Kejriwal will hold road shows in Ahmedgarh, Malerkotla, Sangrur and Suman on Sunday before returning to Delhi.
Punjab's 13 Lok Sabha constituencies go to polls April 30.
The main fight is between the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance and the Congress. The AAP, which does not have much base in Punjab, has fielded candidates in all constituencies.