Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing an election rally in Dwarka on 1 February 2015.IANS

With barely three days to go for the 2015 Delhi elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for the opinion polls to be ignored, after a series of them predicted the numero uno position for AAP.

Addressing an election rally in Delhi on Wednesday, Modi dismissed the opinion polls as "lies" and reminded voters that before the 2014 General Elections some polls had predicted that he would lose against Kejriwal in Varanasi, reports NDTV. Modi beat the former Delhi CM by over three lakh votes.

Three major opinion polls show AAP winning 37 of the 70 seats, while BJP is tipped to get 29 seats.

Kejriwal governed the national capital as Chief Minister for 49 days last year before resigning over the Jan Lokpal bill.

He has asked the people of Delhi to "forgive that mistake".