Earlier on Wednesday, Kejriwal, during the victory rally of his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, said that he along with his aide Kumar Vishwas would meet Anna.
Speaking about his plan of visiting Anna, Kejriwal said, "We wholeheartedly support Anna Hazare and are with him physically, emotionally and financially. Tomorrow, I and Kumar Vishwas are going to Ralegan Siddhi. But, respecting his sentiment that he won't share dais with any political leaders, we would be sitting among the audience."
We wholeheartedly support Anna and are with him physically, emotionally
Now, a two-member team including Kumar Vishwas will visit the septuagenarian whose fast protest has entered third day on Thursday.
Kejriwal was one of the closest and crucial aides of Anna during his previous hungers strikes demanding for anti-corruption bill -- Jan Lokpal Bill. However, the duo departed following the rift over the former's decision of forming political party and contesting in elections.
44-year-old Kejriwal, a former tax inspector, had launched his party AAP in 2012. His party shocked all including leaders of national parties such as Congress and BJP with its magnificent victory in Delhi assembly election 2013. AAP grabbed 28 seats while BJP and Congress got 32 and 8 seats only. Now, AAP is aiming to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha election which is expected to be held by May 2014.