New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday said it was providing more than 6,000 recording devices and 2,000 spy cameras to the volunteers to help them curb the practise of liquor and money distribution during the assembly polls.
"More than 6,000 recording devices have been distributed and more than 2,000 spy cameras have been given to volunteers. This is an attempt to curb the practise of liquor/money distribution during elections," said AAP spokesperson Atishi Marlena.
Meanwhile, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal expressed hope that his party would perform well in the crucial Delhi Assembly polls.
"Now we have to work for the nation, God is with us. The citizens of Delhi will win," said Kejriwal.
The Assembly polls on Saturday is seen as a direct fight between the BJP and AAP after the Congress, which ruled Delhi for uninterrupted 15 years, recorded its worst performance bagging only eight seats in the December 2013 elections.
The results would be announced on February 10.