Dharamshala: A vigorous monsoon pouring cats and dogs prevented any flights to Kangra airport and forced Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to take the road route after he re-entered public life from which he had withdrawn for the 12 day Vipassana meditation camp that ended here today.
Before heading back to the capital Kejriwal held a closed door meeting with Rajan Sushant, a former minister who is heading the AAP party in the state.
Speaking to the media Sushant said that he had no plans of going back to BJP and would stick with AAP.
Kejriwal has drawn up ambitious plans of expanding the influence of his 4 year old party, and is a serious contender for power in the upcoming Punjab state elections.
State assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh are due by end of 2017 and AAP has already announced plans of contesting the polls to emerge as a 3rd force in politically bipolar state.