New Delhi, Feb 6: A day before Delhi goes to the polls, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal Friday visited gurudwaras, temples and other religious shrines in his New Delhi constituency.
The former chief minister left home around noon and first went to the Rakab Ganj Sahib gurudwara and then to the nearby Bangla Sahib gurudwara in the heart of the capital.
The Aam Aadmi Party leader then prayed at the ancient Hanuman Mandir in Connaught Place before going to the Sacred Heart cathedral and the landmark Kalibari.
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He also visited a Sufi mazhar (mausoleum) near 7 Race Course Road - Prime Minister Narendra Modi's official residence.
After offering his prayers at gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Kejriwal said: "I am happy and confident that we are forming the government in Delhi... I have full faith in the almighty."
Kejriwal's visits caught people at the religious shrines by surprise. Many came up to speak to him and got pictures clicked with him. He was with a few party activists and security personnel.
In the New Delhi constituency, Kejriwal's main opponents are Kiran Walia of the Congress and Nupur Sharma of the Bharatiya Janata Party.