New Delhi, February 04, 2020: Delhi is ready for the final high-voltage triangular battle between the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), BJP and Congress and when the campaign nears the end, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress leaders Rahul and Priyanka will hit the Delhi roads for the Assembly election campaign.
Narendra Modi , who is leading the BJP campaign in Delhi, will address another election rally in Dwarka. On Monday, PM Modi trained guns at protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) at Shaheen Bagh, Jamia and Seelampur, saying it was not a coincidence, but an "experiment" and a political conspiracy to destroy the country's harmony.
Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi will also be hitting the streets and campaign in Sangam Vihar on Tuesday. Though, the Gandhis have kept the election campaign minimal this time, Priyanka Gandhi will hold two rallies on Wednesday, in the last phase of the election campaign, while Rahul Gandhi will address three meetings in the next two days.
Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is the most sought as the leader for campaigning on behalf of the Congress candidates in the Delhi Assembly elections scheduled to be held on February 8. As per sources, nearly all the candidates have sent a proposal requesting Priyanka Gandhi's roadshow in their constituency.
A Delhi Congress leader, who is a part in election management said that over 100 proposals have been received for Priyanka Gandhi's Delhi Assembly election programme. At the same time, about 80 programmes were requested for the former Congress president Rahul Gandhi at the Congress control room.
The Congress leaders will also conduct rallies across East Delhi, South Delhi, Central Delhi and Outer Delhi. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal took out road shows in various parts of Delhi on Monday, while AAP tried to corner the BJP for allegedly calling him a "terrorist". Meanwhile, Yogi Adityanath continued his blistering attack on Kejriwal at public meetings, saying the AAP leader has become a "toy in the hands of antisocial and anti-India elements".