BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday criticised the Congress government in Delhi, saying the party has lost people's trust and that was why none of its leaders was campaigning in Delhi.
"This government has lost the trust of people and that is why its leaders are not coming here to campaign. They know they can't fool the people of Delhi with fake promises," Modi said in his address to a rally in east Delhi's Shahdara area.
Modi said the Congress had no issues to speak on and no development work to show and that was why it was attacking him to divert people's attention.
"They think that by attacking Modi, they will win the elections but the fact is that they have not done anything for the people. They just don't have the will to work for the benefit of people," he said.
Modi is scheduled to address two more rallies later in the day in west Delhi's Sultanpuri and Chandni Chowk in the walled city.