In the past one week, Delhi has witnessed some rigorous campaigning from the political giants and Monday is going to be no different, as this will be the last day that party leaders try to woo their voters.
Senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj and Nitin Gadkari will be addressing rallies throughout the day in the capital on Monday, while Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit will be addressing seven rallies. Sunday was no different as the capital witnessed over 20 rallies and road shows by the political parties.
Campaigning for all political parties ends at 5 pm on Monday
Meanwhile BJP didn't hold back while hitting out at the Congress government in the capital, while Congress party led by Dikshit too slammed the Opposition for misleading people.
Amidst all this the AAP continued to woo the common man with the promise of wiping out corruption and addressing the problems faced by the common man. The party also organised several roadshows and rallies in the past one week, with party national convernor Arvind Kejriwal returning to his constituency, when he interacted with the people.
BSP supremo Mayawati too tried to spin her magic in the capital by addressing two rallies. While addressing the crowd she didn't hesitate from pointing fingers at the UPA government and its policies that resulted in the price rise of basic amenities like onion in the capital.
The campaigning for all political parties will end at 5 pm on Monday, after which Delhi will go to polls on Wednesday, December 4.
This assembly elections has managed to capture the attention of the common man, with the Congress claiming to maintain its winning streak, while the BJP aiming to overthrow Congress and the AAP, that debuts this year, proving to be a gamechanger in the assembly elections.
The Election Commission has intensified vigil in areas that are prone to activities like misuse of money, alcohol and muscle power.
Note- Keeping in mind the Delhi assembly elections the Delhi Metro services will start at 4am. This keeping in mind the staff deployed for the election duty, the trains will run at an interval of 30 minutes unitl 5 am after which the trains will resume their normal time frame.