The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to release its vision document for the national capital on Monday which will feature the party's development plans.
Ahead of its release, party's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi said, "This will be a vision for 2050. A vision for Delhi to become a World class city".
Bedi had also shared a blueprint for Delhi's development on her social media account last week, beginning with a 25 point action plan for women's safety.
The BJP had earlier announced that it will not come out with any manifesto for the Delhi Assembly polls and instead will release a vision document for the city.
The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by BJP President Amit Shah during which various aspects relating to election campaign were discussed. "We will not release a party's manifesto for the Delhi Assembly election this time. Instead, we will come out with a vision document. The party has set a target to win the upcoming polls," senior party leader and Union Minister Ananth Kumar said.
BJP has stepped up campaigning for the upcoming polls and is organizing 250 public meetings that would be held across the 70 assembly constituencies. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also joined the campaign and will address four rallies.
Delhi goes to polls on February 7 and counting would be held on February 10.
(With inputs from ANI)