Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday addressed the Vijay Sankalp rally at DDA Ground in Dwarka ahead of the Delhi Assembly Election 2020. Meanwhile, BJP President JP Nadda was also present during the rally. PM Modi said that “The upcoming Delhi Assembly elections are the first elections of this decade and it will belong to India. India’s development will depend on the decisions taken today.”
“This kind of enviorment before the four days of voting has shaken everybody up. Yesterday in East Delhi and now in Dwarka, it is clear that what is going to happen on February 11 when the results will be out,” PM Modi said.
PM added that “Our government is working on Yamuna River Front, which will become the pride for the 21st century people in Delhi, mark my words. This will not only be the new iconic spot for people of Delhi but will also work as green corridor, lung of the city.”
Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party has released its party manifesto on Tuesday focusing on education, electricity and health. The voting for Delhi Elections 2020 are scheduled to be held on February 8, while the results will be out on February 11.