Campaign for the Kerala assembly polls entered its crucial phase, as the state is set to go to polls in 6 days.
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, campaigning for Congress-led UDF, hit out at the Left government for not keeping the promises made to the people. She urged voters to ask for their rights.  
Meanwhile the BJP and CPI(M) raked up the issue of Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) with the BJP pledging to fulfill its promises and the Left declaring that the controversial law will not be implemented in the state.
Kerala had witnessed separate protests by CPI(M)-led LDF and the Congress-led UDF, seeking to withdraw the CAA, describing it as discriminatory. Campaigning of all the major fronts is in the last leg. The assembly polls in 140 constituencies in Kerala will be held in single phase on April 6th.
The bypoll to the Malappuram Lok Sabha seat will also be held on the same date. As polling date nears national leaders are actively campaigning for LDF, UDF and NDA. Prime Minister Narendra Modi  will be making his second visit in connection with upcoming assembly polls on April 2nd for NDA campaign in Pathanamthitta and Thiruvananthapuram.
The CPM national leaders are also camping in the State, boosting the LDF campaign. Meanwhile Kerala High Court is expected to deliver the final verdict today on the opposition's allegation of multiple entries of names in the final electoral roll published for the Assembly polls.
Earlier the High court had directed the Election Commission and the Chief Electoral Officer to ensure that no double voting takes place on the day of Assembly elections in the State. 

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