New Delhi is getting ready for its Assembly election, which is scheduled to take place on 7 February 2015.
Amid tight schedule, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a rally in Delhi's Rohini Japanese Park, which was attended by more than 12,000 people on Tuesday, 3 February.
Clearly, it was a Modi show as other leaders, including Kiran Bedi, received a lukewarm response for their campaign speeches before Modi's arrival at the venue.
However, compared to Modi's previous rallies in 2014, the latest one didn't get an overwhelming response.
As Bedi is not an impressive speaker, many have the notion that she is not the right leader who can bring BJP back to power in the capital city.
While Bedi will represent BJP as the Delhi's Chief Ministerial candidate, Arvind Kejriwal will be the AAP contestant and Ajay Maken will represent the Congress party.
Latest opinion polls predict that AAP will get nearly 36-40 seats in the 70-member assembly and BJP will win about 28-32 seats.
The results will be announced three days later on 10 February 2015.