State BJP President Vinay Tendulkar on Monday said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s repeated visits to Goa were not a matter of concern, and refuted the AAP leader’s claim that his party would win 35 seats in the 2017 state assembly polls.

"He comes every two months, roams around here and goes back. Let him come again and again. This is a tourist place. He comes here, eats in somebody’s home and goes back," Tendulkar said.

The Aam Aadmi Party co-founder has visited the poll-bound state twice over the last three months. The first time was in May, when Kejriwal formally announced the Aam Aadmi Party’s decision to contest the Goa polls, along with Punjab. 

During one of his Goa visits, Kejriwal was photographed having lunch at a party colleague’s residence.

He is expected to visit Goa again in mid-August.