Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: As all eyes are set on Aam Aadmi Party, as to what impact will it have on the Delhi Assembly Elections, party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday appealed to Delhiites to vote and "unite to make India better".
Kejriwal, who is contesting from Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit`s New Delhi constituency said, "This is an election for every such individual, who wants a corruption free India..."
The AAP leader, who has promised a corruption free government if voted to power, today tweeted, "On 2 Oct 2012, when party`s formation was announced, we had said that next election will not be an ordinary election....""
"It will be a movement, it will be a revolution....", Kejriwal`s another tweet said.
"Delhi Assembly Elections has already turned into a people`s movement. This time, people themselves are fighting elections...."
Nearly 12 million citizens of Delhi vote tomorrow with heightened expectations of a better quality of life for residents of the national capital with all the three contenders for their governing choice - the Congress, BJP and AAP - already claiming victory while many of the pre-poll surveys predict a hung Assembly.
The AAP`s extensive and focussed grassroots campaign helped the party to make its presence felt and turn it into a real triangular contest.
Over 11.9 million voters are eligible to exercise their franchise. Of the 810 candidates in the fray, the largest number, 23, are in Burari. Patel Nagar has just four candidates.