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New Delhi: The campaigning for upcoming Delhi Assembly elections has reached a feverish pitch with just one day remaining for it to end.

Prominent leaders from different political parties are canvassing for votes through roadshows, public meeting and door to door campaign.

The high-pitch campaign reached its peak yesterday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leaders Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi holding rallies in the national capital.

In his second rally in the city in two days, Mr Modi touched upon various issues, including his government's flagship Ayushman Bharat scheme.

The Prime Minister accused the Arvind Kejriwal Government of not implementing the Ayushman Bharat scheme in the national capital and asked if the AAP Government's Mohalla Clinics will work, if Delhiites fall sick outside the city. He said, the national capital also needs a government that will give direction and not resort to blame game.

Delhi Chief Minister and AAP Convenor Arvind Kejriwal, on the other hand, claimed that BJP wants to fight the entire election on Shaheen Bagh protests. He said, BJP has no other issue to talk about other than Shaheen Bagh protests.

Meanwhile, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi accused BJP and AAP of spreading hatred in the society. He also accused the government of selling state enterprises.

Today, senior BJP leader and Home Minister Amit Shah will hold public meetings at Mayur Vihar Phase-3, New Ashok Nagar, Krishna Nagar. BJP President J P Nadda will hold two roadshows in Adarsh Nagar and Tri Nagar.

He will also hold a public meeting at Jungpura. Besides, Punjab Chief Minister and Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and AAP leader Manish Sisodia are among those who will address public meetings at several parts of the national capital.

Delhi will go to polls this Saturday to elect a 70-member Assembly. Counting of votes will be taken up on the 11th of this month.




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