New Delhi, Feb 6: After the hectic and gruelling election campaign, Delhi will go to election on Saturday, Feb 7. [Delhi assembly election 2015 special coverage]
After the tiresome long weeks of campaigning, and a day into elections, chief minister hopefuls of both Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Arvind Kejriwal and Kiran Bedi have found their ways of unwinding themselves.
While Kiran Bedi chose to seek divine intervention at a gurdwara at Krishna Nagar, the constituency where she is contesting from, Arvind Kejriwal was seen having yoga practices in his house. Kejriwal was also pictured taking a haircut and later visiting a gurdwara.
Kiran Bedi was seen doing her bit in langar, common kitchen/canteen where food is served in a Gurdwara to devotees.
"I have done my part, it's upto god now. It is for the first time that I am doing this in gurdwara. I learnt it from my childhood, from my family, from my grandparents. I learnt humanity and I believe in all religions," Bedi said.
Kiran Bedi is contesting an election for the first time and she said to reporters that it feels great to serve food for devotees.
The penultimate day of election too was marred with controversy, where AAP slammed BJP for poll violation for its front page advertisement in various newspapers listing the achievements of the Narendra Modi government and asking people to vote for it in the assembly election.
AAP leader Ashutosh said, "BJP gave front page advertisements in every newspapers about their government's achievements. This is clear-cut violation of the EC guidelines and the Model Code of Conduct."
Reacting to BJP's ad in newspapers, Kejriwal tweeted, "BJP has highlighted its 7 months achievements in its full page ads today. Do these achievements excite u? R they as per ur expectations?"
Election commission will announce the poll results on Feb 10.