Panaji: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will launch later this month the AAP`s 'Goa Dialogues', to kickstart the party`s election manifesto process, a spokesperson said on Tuesday.
Goa Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson Rupesh Shinkre replied in the affirmative when asked about Kejriwal's visit to the coastal state to launch the 'Goa Dialogues' programme.
"Yes, he is expected here by the end of the month," Shinkre said.
About the Goa Dialogue
Like the `Delhi Dialogues` which was launched in the national capital, `Goa Dialogues` is a similar process, where a party manifesto will be drawn up using a bottoms up approach based on interactions party leaders are expected to have with the general public.
The Goa AAP has already drawn up a list of issues which includes illegal mining, casino trade, rising prices of fish and other essential commodities as some of the key issues which will be discussed by the Goa Dialogues committee headed by AAP national secretary Pankaj Gupta.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Ashish Khetan had on June 9 tweeted, "AAP wants Goa back in the hands of Goans. Through 'Goa Dialogue' the agenda for the next government will be drafted by Goans themselves."
"AAP will have a dialogue with every section, every locality and every region of Goa," the AAP Goa handler said.
Kejriwal to launch AAP ka Daan
Party sources also said that Kejriwal was expected to launch `AAP ka Daan`, an app aimed at raising funds for the party, which is expected to contest the upcoming assembly polls in Goa and Punjab.
(With inputs from IANS)