Patna: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached Bihar Thursday morning to meet Janata Dal (United) leader and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
While arriving at Patna airport, Kejriwal was shown flags by some people, who called themselves as Anna Hazare's supporters.
Kumar and his Delhi counterpart Kejriwal will share the dias at a function here today, an event considered important to boost JD(U) leader's chances in the coming 2015 Bihar Assembly elections.
Kumar and Kejriwal would be together at a seminar to celebrate completion of four years of Right to Service Act in Bihar, an official statement said.
Kejriwal will be the chief guest at the seminar, it said.
Nitish Kumar, who was the chief guest at Delhi government's cultural programme last week, had invited Kejriwal to come and speak on the the public delivery system.
Kejriwal is also likely to visit Bodh Gaya with Nitish Kumar.
Kejriwal will return on Friday.
Both chief ministers have come together against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of centre-state relations.
Kumar is fighting a tough battle in Bihar where is battling a resurgent BJP led by Modi while Kejriwal is at odds with the Centre over several turf wars.