Kejriwal, in a video message said: "Last year Delhi gave us 67 out of 70 seats in the Assembly elections. Since then there have been a lot of developments in Delhi."
Corruption has come down in Delhi and now it is time to change Goa, Kejriwal added.
AAP had earlier said that it was seriously considering contesting all 40 seats in the Goa Assembly elections in March next year but ruled out alliance with any party. However the final decision will be taken by the party's Political Affairs Committee (PAC).
Meanwhile, Kejriwal is slated to address a public rally in the state on May 22. Earlier, AAP leader Ashutosh had said that the people of Goa were looking for an alternative.
"They are looking for an alternative. A clean, honest, performing government which can make Goa corruption-free," he said.