May `aam aadmi` win: Arvind Kejriwal ahead of Delhi polls

A day ahead of the crucial Assembly Elections in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said he will go to temples and gurudwaras situated in his New Delhi constituency.

May `aam aadmi` win: Arvind Kejriwal ahead of Delhi polls

New Delhi: A day ahead of the crucial Assembly Elections in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said he will go to temples and gurudwaras situated in his New Delhi constituency.

Wishing that 'aam aadmi' may win in the polls, Kejriwal urged his partymen to work selflessly.

Here are his tweets:

The high-decibel campaign from various political parties for February 07 Delhi Assembly polls ended at 5 pm yesterday.

The campaigning to control the 70-member Assembly saw mudslinging and verbal duels especially between the BJP and the AAP.

On Thursday, Kejriwal took out a foot march in his constituency of New Delhi and visited a number of households in an attempt to understand the problems of the residents and assured them of speedy solutions if his party was voted to power. Pre-poll surveys have also suggested a close contest between the BJP and the AAP -- with the latter having an edge.

A total of 1,33,09,078 registered voters -- including 73,89,089 males, 59,19,127 women and 862 from "other gender" -- would be able to cast their ballot, according to Chief Electoral Officer Chandra Bhushan Kumar.

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