When PM Narendra Modi asked Goa CM about Arvind Kejriwal’s rally in coastal state

The Goa CM was in the national capital recently where he met PM Modi.

When PM Narendra Modi asked Goa CM about Arvind Kejriwal’s rally in coastal state

Panaji: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal often claims that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is obsessed about him. It seems he may be right!

Goa Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar has disclosed that the Prime Minister had recently enquired about a public meeting which Kejriwal had held in the state.

Parsekar said Modi specifically asked if the meeting would have an impact on the state's electorate.

“Prime Minister asked me about (the) recent Kejriwal meeting and if (it will have) any future impact…(and) I said…no,” Parsekar told reporters on Tuesday.

The Goa CM was in the national capital recently where he met PM Modi.

Kejriwal had sounded the Aam Aadmi Party's poll bugle in Goa on May 22 by holding a public meeting ahead of next year's Assembly polls.

The party is planning to contest all 40 seats in the state.

“(The) Prime Minister is fully appraised about state affairs. He asked me two-three points and I replied to it,” Parsekar said further.

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