Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is back in town after a 10-day Vipassana break. He held his first meeting with key AAP leaders to lay down the strategy for the upcoming Assembly Elections.
The party, that has been embroiled in constant tussles with the Centre, is foraying into electoral politics in three different states, all with BJP governments -- Gujarat, Goa and Punjab.
As reported earlier, Ashutosh will be in-charge for Gujarat, Manish Sisodia for Goa and Arvind Kejriwal will take care of Punjab himself.
In June, AAP had scotched speculations that Kejriwal, who is also the national convenor, could be projected as the chief ministerial candidate in the Punjab Assembly polls, due next year.
Recently, the party had released 19 names in its first list of candidates.
"Returning from 10-day Vipassana course. Feeling v fresh n energetic," Kejriwal tweeted earlier, after returning on Thursday.