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Will fight poll with confidence: Sheila Dikshit

IANS  New Delhi, October 04, 2013
First Published: 19:06 IST(4/10/2013) | Last Updated: 19:47 IST(4/10/2013)

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Friday said the Congress party will fight the Dec 4 assembly elections with confidence.

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"We will fight elections with confidence. Our achievements are seen as well as felt by the people. The development is visible," she told reporters here.

Aren't flyovers visible? Isn't the metro visible, she asked.

When asked about the message she would convey to the electorate in Delhi, she said: "We will give the message to people when the election process start."

 While the three-time chief minster will seek a straight fourth term for her party, BJP will seek to return to power after 15 years.

The recently-formed Aam Adami Party will make its debut in this year's polls.

There are 70 assembly seats in the capital.

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