Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday paid obeisance at Takht Harmandir Sahib here during the ongoing ‘Prakash Parv’ and later, called on his Bihar counterpart, Nitish Kumar.
Kejriwal arrived here and paid a visit to Harmandir Sahib which is connected to Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo mingled with the devotees at Harmandir Sahib which has been decorated for ‘Prakash Parv’.
He later served food at the ‘langar’ organised for the devotees who arrived from across the world to celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh.
Kejriwal’s Patna visit during ‘Prakash Parv’ assumes significance as his party is eyeing to do well in the upcoming Punjab Assembly election.
After visiting Harmandir Sahib, the AAP leader called on Kumar at his 1, Anne Marg residence.
Sources at the chief minister’s office said Kejriwal appreciated the elaborate arrangements for the 350th Prakash Parv during his meeting with Kumar.
The two leaders were closeted in a room for about 15 minutes.Kumar and Kejriwal enjoy a cordial
relationship. The Delhi chief minister was among the top political leaders of the country who had attended the swearing-in ceremony of the current grand alliance government in Bihar headed by Kumar.