Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday asked the people of Delhi to vote for a BJP government as it can work in tandem with the centre.
"Elect a government with whom I can work shoulder to shoulder towards making a positive difference in your lives," Modi said at a rally in east Delhi’s Karkardooma.
Making an indirect attack on the Aam Aadmi Party, he said: "People can make a mistake once, but not again and again. One year back, Delhi people had voted with dreams.
"Last year, those whom you people voted, back-stabbed you and shattered your dreams," the prime minister said.
"Delhi won’t vote for betrayers," he added.
Modi said the entire world was watching the Delhi polls.
"If India needs to be introduced to the world, then Delhi is the best place to showcase.
"All events in the capital have an imprint on not only the country but the entire world. It represents India," he said.