Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will start his two-day Punjab visit on October 12.
Kejriwal's visit comes a long time in front of the Assembly decisions in Punjab where his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is the principle Opposition.
He will land at Amritsar air terminal at 3pm and visit Jalandhar's respected Devi Talab sanctuary to offer petitions at 6 pm.
"During the Navratras, Arvind Kejriwal will appeal to God for harmony, love, common fraternity and a prosperous Punjab," AAP pioneer Raghav Chadha said in a tweet. No other program hosts been reported by the gathering.
The AAP, which won 20 seats in 2017 Assembly surveys, is making a decent attempt to utilize its muscles in Delhi's adjoining state. During his past visits, Kerjiwal vowed to give let loose power to 300 units, postpone off every single forthcoming bill and guarantee 24-hour power in Punjab, in the event that it wins the Assembly surveys booked one year from now.
Delhi's decision party AAP's endeavors to assume a bigger part at the public level have fizzled previously, besides in Punjab where it at last arose as the fundamental resistance. Be that as it may, its electing execution in the 2020 Delhi surveys, winning 62 out of the 70 seats and raging to control for the third time, hosts recharged the get-together's craving to grow its impression past the public capital.