- Delhi Poll Fight: PM Modi addresses a poll rally, AAP releases its manifesto
- The election for Delhi assembly will be held on February 8 and results will be declared on February 11
- Major issues – Electricity, Water supply, Air quality, Women safety, Education and Health facilities.
PM Modi addressed the poll rally in Delhi and said the public mood clearly in favour of BJP, Delhi polls are first of this decade, BJP stands for National interest, Delhi needs a government which gives it direction, Delhi need a government that works for all, AAP government working against the people of Delhi, AAP stalling centre government’s schemes, Delhiites have been deprived of Ayushmaan Bharat benefits, AAP is not concerned about the people of Delhi, Kejriwal government is anti-poor, AAP practising politics of hate in Delhi, BJP will end these politics, we have reached lakhs of poor through our schemes, BJP has worked for the upliftment of women and poor, under BJP nation has grown rapidly, we changed the country, now it’s Delhi’s turn, you must punish those who insult our forces, we will have to put an end to vote bank politics, we must reject politics of hate, can the opposition dare to take strong steps like us, BJP has given housing to Delhiites, vote for BJP to transform your life, I will support Delhiites till my last breath, BJP will work to uplift Delhi, BJP working for more highways to curb traffic and pollution, new metro lines to be introduced for Delhiites, initiatives being taken to clean Yamuna river, Delhi will soon get a green corridor, we will build Kranti mandir to co memorate Netaji, we will work for the common man, new projects will attract tourists and improve economy, BJP believes in the politics of development, BJP has provided free LPG to over 80,000 women in Delhi, central government schemes benefitting poor and middleclass, BJP has introduced pension scheme for farmers.
AAP today released its much-anticipated election manifesto on Tuesday. The highlights of the poll manifesto was a special focus on clean water supply, electricity, healthcare facility.
Last month on January 31, BJP had released its poll manifesto, BJP promised wheat flour at Rs2 per kg for the poor, cycles and scooties for girl students and 10% increase in the health and education budget annually.