Kejriwal calls on Goa Archbishop
Panaji: In the last leg of his Goa visit, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today met Archbishop of Goa Rev Fr Filipe Neri Ferrao at his palace here.
"I have come here to take blessings from the Archbishop. It was a courtesy visit," Kejriwal told reporters outside the palace this morning.
He said that during his Goa visit, he interacted with the fishermen and tourism stakeholders, and all are tired with the corruption unleashed by BJP and Congress parties.
"I am meeting all the stakeholders. All are fed up with the corruption of BJP and Congress. They have only one hope, that is AAP," the Delhi Chief Minister said.
Responding to a question, Kejriwal said that if AAP is voted to power in Goa, it will continue giving grants to English medium schools.
"Whether to extend the grant to all the English medium schools can be decided after discussions," he said.
AAP has already announced that they will be contesting all the 40 constituencies in Goa in the upcoming Assembly polls.