However, he is expected to travel to Nagpur to attend a fund-raising dinner at a luxury hotel, where the price tag is reportedly Rs 10,000 per person.
The party has claimed that it is getting a good response and around 150-200 people are expected to turn up for the fund-raiser. The registrations are going on. Nagpur Lok Sabha candidate Anjali Damania will also be present at the dinner.

"Arvindji is unwell. The hectic schedule in Mumbai yesterday has left him very exhausted. Doctors are examining him," said AAP spokesperson Preeti Sharma Menon.

Kejriwal was scheduled to leave for Nagpur this morning but may leave by evening, she said.

"He is suffering from severe chest congestion and asthma. As a result of these developments, he won't be able to attend the Chandrapur rally in Vidarbha on Thursday," she added.

Kejriwal kicked off his Lok Sabha campaign in Maharashtra on Wednesday with a ride on an auto and then he took a suburban train. His tour was marked by chaos and vandalism amid complaints of discomfort to commuters.

Workers of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) were accused of vandalising station property at Churchgate where Kejriwal rode by a train from Andheri.

He then took out a 'Jhaadu Chalao Yatra' through Mumbai streets along with AAP Lok Sabha nominees Medha Patkar and Meera Sanyal, before attending a private fund-raising meeting,
after which he began another road show traversing South Mumbai.

The former Delhi chief minister is expected to visit Bangalore on Saturday. According to reports, over 200 people have already signed in for participation in Bangalore.


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