New Delhi: Attacking Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal, BJP president Amit Shah on Sunday asked the people of Delhi "not to vote for a person who runs away and forgets his promises".
Addressing two meetings of booth in-charges in Pushp Vihar of south Delhi and Karawal Nagar in North-East Delhi, Shah said the party will fight the upcoming Assembly poll with booth level strategy.
"Go to every house, to every family and spend at least a few minutes everyday and make them understand that this Arvind Kejriwal will again run away and he is again making promises which he will not fulfill because he knows he won't be able to," he said.
The BJP president said that the fight in Delhi is between BJP and Aam Aadmi Party and Congress is nowhere in the scene.
"The fight in Delhi is a two-cornered contest between AAP and BJP, and Congress is nowhere," Shah said.
Taking a dig at the former chief minister, he alleged, "Before coming to power in Delhi, he (Kejriwal) used to travel in a small car, but after 49 days of his government, he is now travelling in an SUV. If you bring him for five years, he will park an aeroplane outside his house."
Asking party workers to follow the structure made for campaigning, Shah also said, "If you work according to the booth level structure we have planned, no one can stop your victory and Delhi will be a model to other states of the country."
The BJP president said after winning elections in states like Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir, the party's victory march has now reached Delhi, and if the battle is won here, "Bihar will also be won".
"Narendra Modi is now one of world's greatest leaders and under his leadership we will win Delhi with at least two-third majority," he said.
Accusing AAP leader of "lying", Shah added, "Kejriwal is lying that during his term there was not a single raid for VAT on traders".
"Initially he said he will not take any support from either Congress or BJP in forming government and also said that he will take action against Shiela Dikshit for irregularities in CWG, but he did nothing as he took the backing of Congress to form the government," Shah said.