Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday met his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu and held discussions on several political issues, including a grand alliance ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, sources said.
Kejriwal met Naidu at Andhra Bhawan in Delhi Tuesday evening.
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The two leaders are on the same page for opposition unity to give a tough fight to the BJP in the general election.
"The Delhi chief minister met Andhra Pradesh CM at Andhra Bhawan. They discussed several political issues, including a grand alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls," the sources said.
Kejriwal had also met Naidu in Delhi in October last year. Calling the BJP government a "threat to the nation and the Constitution", the Aam Aadmi Party chief had called for opposition unity.
In December last year, Kejriwal had attended a meeting of opposition party leaders called by Naidu.
Recently, the Andhra Pradesh chief minister has stepped up efforts to bring the opposition parties together to forge an anti-BJP front.