The electioneering is gaining momentum for the ensuing Delhi Assembly elections with prominent leaders of different political parties hitting the ground to woo the voters.
Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed a rally in the Matiala area in the city and hit out at Aam Aadmi Party Government.
He alleged that AAP has failed to fulfill the promises related to jobs, CCTV cameras, school and hospitals. Mr. Shah also questioned the AAP over the poor quality of drinking water in the national capital. He said the Central Government has regularized the unauthorized colonies which were delayed by the current Delhi Government.
Mr. Shah also organized a roadshow in Uttam Nagar. BJP National President J P Nadda addressed a rally in Palam. Party Delhi Unit Chief Manoj Tiwari organized a Padayatra in Tughlaqabad in support of the BJP candidate.
On the other hand, AAP Convenor and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal organized roadshows in Matiala and Kalkaji highlighting his government’s works related to water, electricity, and education in the last five years.
Another party leader Manish Sisodia addressed public meetings in Trilokpuri and Kondli in support of party candidates. AAP leaders Gopal Rai, Sanjay Singh, and others also campaigned in the city.
From the Congress side, several Delhi Congress leaders campaigned in the city highlighting developmental works done by the party during its previous rules.
Delhi Congress President Subhash Chopra said that his party had strengthened the public transport system in the national capital and improved power supply. Party candidates Arvinder Singh Lovely, Alka Lamba, Abhishek Dutta, Devendra Yadav among others organized election meetings in their constituencies.
The election for 70-member Delhi Assembly will be held on the 8th of next month and counting will be taken up on 11th February.