As the nationwide protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, the BJP is set for the Delhi Assembly polls on Sunday, projecting legalizing of illegal colonies as its big “achievement”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to take on the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party alike from the Ramlila ground at the rally.
The Delhi unit of the BJP, which is otherwise believed to be faction-ridden has been unitedly working for the last one month to ensure a bumper turnout at Sunday’s Delhi rally.
Apart from Modi, top BJP ministers, all seven Members of Parliament from Delhi and the entire Delhi BJP leadership are likely to be in attendance.
Though the Election Commission hasn’t announced the exact date yet, the election in Delhi is expected to take place in February.