New Delhi: BJP chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi will file her nomination on Wednesday for the February 7 Delhi Assembly Elections.
Bedi will also take out a roadshow before filing her nomination papers from Krishna Nagar constituency of East Delhi, which is BJP's stronghold.
"Kiran Bedi will file her nomination tomorrow," said a senior BJP leader. Tomorrow is also the last day to file nomination papers for the elections.
Union Minister Harsh Vardhan had successfully contested last Assembly elections from Krishna Nagar seat.
65-year-old Bedi, the country's first woman IPS officer, was named the BJP's chief ministerial by party President Amit Shah after a meeting of BJP Parliamentary Board last night.
Tomorrow will be a hectic day for electoral officials with several senior leaders including Congress' Ajay Maken, filing their nomination papers.
Scrutiny of nominations papers would be done on January 22 while the last date for withdrawal of candidatures is January 24.
The election results would be declared on February 10.