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New Delhi: The campaign for Delhi Assembly elections is in full swing with prominent leaders of different political parties campaigning in different parts of the national capital to woo the voters. 

Senior BJP leader and Home Minister Amit Shah addressed rallies and organized roadshows in various areas in support of party candidates. Addressing a public meeting in the New Delhi constituency, Mr Shah questioned the achievements of the  Arvind Kejriwal government in the education sector. He also attacked Mr. Kejriwal for not granting prosecution sanction against those who raised alleged divisive slogans in JNU in February 2016.

During a public meeting in Nangloi,  BJP President J P Nadda alleged that the AAP government has not fulfilled the promises related to clean water and the opening of new schools in the city. Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari, senior party leader Shivraj Singh Chauhan and other  BJP leaders also campaigned in the city.

On the other hand, AAP convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal organized roadshows in Ghonda and Timarpur in support of party candidates. Talking to reporters, Mr. Kejriwal accused BJP of making objectionable comments against him. He said, it is for the people of Delhi to decide whether they consider him their son, brother or an anti-social element. AAP leaders Manish Sisodia, Gopal Rai, Sanjay Singh and others also campaigned highlighting the AAP government's work in the last five years. Singer and music composer Vishal Dadlani also campaigned in the Rohini area in support of AAP candidate.  

Congress Delhi Unit Chief Subhash Chopra, senior party leader Ajay Maken addressed public meetings in the national capital.  During a  public meeting in Mustafabad, Subhash Chopra accused BJP of playing devising agenda in the election. Party leader Nagma also addressed a rally in Rohtash Nagar assembly constituency.

The polling for 70-member Delhi Assembly will be held on the 8th of next month and counting will be taken up on 11th February.




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