Washington: The Aam Admi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal will address the students of the prestigious Columbia University in New York on Sunday, his supporters in US said Thursday.
Kejriwal is scheduled to stay in the New York for less than 24 hours, during which he will interact with students at the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University on December 7, AAP volunteer from Chicago, Munish Raizada said.
Due to Kejriwal's busy schedule in view of the Delhi Assembly elections, he is making a short visit to the US at the request of his supporters in that country. "Otherwise, there is huge demand from the strong AAP support base in North America and United Kingdom to visit various cities," he said.
"Even this short trip has energised the AAP cadre in USA and the volunteers will redouble the efforts to participate in the Delhi elections," Raizada said, adding that Kejriwal would also interact with AAP supporters in the US.
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