Ghaziabad: Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal faced some protests on Tuesday as he decided to leave for Goa for campaigning without casting his vote in the UP polls but in an anti-climax he could not exercise his franchise as his name was missing from the electoral rolls.

Kejriwal was expected to cast his vote at a polling station in Indirapuram area, but he left in Tuesday morning for Delhi to catch a flight for Goa.

However, some persons protested against his action which prompted Kejriwal to return to the polling booth.
However, his name was missing from the voters' list. "I have a voters identity card. My name was in the voters' list on the earlier occasions," he said.
Some voters who were inconvenienced by the media glare on Kejriwal outside the polling booth also shouted slogans.
When asked about him initially deciding not to cast his votes, Kejriwal said the Team Anna programme in Goa was finalised a month ago and at that time, they did not realise that the
voting day and campaigning programme would clash.