The Delhi Chief Minister had come prepared to speak in Hindi, but still he sought permission from the audience before beginning his address.
Kejriwal said the coalition will be called 'People's Welfare Alliance'. The AAP national convener said alliance belongs to the four crore people of Kerala.
Recently Twenty20 chief Sabu M Jacob had confirmed his party's alliance with AAP in Kerala.
Kejriwal will address a public meeting organised by the Twenty20 on Sunday.
Sabu, who is the chief coordinator of Twenty20, said the coalition will soon announce a common candidate for the Thrikkakara bypoll.
The visit of AAP national convenor assumes significance in the wake of speculation that the AAP and the Twenty20 would field a joint candidate in the upcoming Thrikkakkara assembly bypoll.
The minister issued a clarification after Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Atishi Marlena tweeted about the visit of 'officials from Kerala' to a school in Kalkaji.
Promises to implement Delhi model of governance if AAP is voted to power in Himachal Pradesh.
The silence which greeted AAP's landslide victory in Punjab was deafening. Same was the response when Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin greeted his new Punjab counterpart Bhagwant Singh Mann.
The thrust areas for his government would be improving the condition of schools, health infrastructure, bringing back industry, making agriculture profitable, and improving sports infrastructure.