It’s long been apparent that this Delhi election, there are only two main contenders — BJP and AAP — while the Congress considers its future at a distant third place. But even by this low expectation, the Pradesh Congress office at Rajiv Bhawan was surprisingly deserted on Thursday.
In the last leg of campaigning, leaders from all political parties are leaving no stone unturned to woo the voters. Delhi on its last day of campaigning for assembly elections 2015, will witness rallies by Bharatiya Janata (BJP) President Amit Shah at JJ Colony, Madanpur Khadar and Sadar Bazar, rallies by Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal, roadshows by Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi amidst several others events.
Putting up a strong front, the BJP has fielded all its top brass to campaign for the Delhi polls including Prime Minister Narendra Modi who held four rallies in the national capital.
Meanwhile, just two days before voting, pre-poll surveys suggest a tight fight between the BJP and the AAP. While some surveys are predicting a BJP government in the national capital, the others give majority to AAP.