New Delhi: Eyeing for return to power in Delhi after a gap of 15 years, BJP will kick off its election campaign at a rally here Tuesday, coinciding with the birthday of its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.
Delhi BJP Monday said the rally at the Talkatora Stadium will be addressed by party president Rajnath Singh besides other senior leaders including party's Delhi election in-charge and former president Nitin Gadkari.
Singh is expected to present a "development agenda" for Delhi at the rally which will be participated by all senior Delhi BJP leaders, including Vijay Goel, Vijay Kumar Malhotra, Vijendra Gupta and Harsh Vardhan.
A "havan" (worship) will be performed at the Delhi BJP office to pray for the long life of Modi and victory of the party in assembly polls slated for November.
"There is a groundswell of support in favour of BJP, which is clearly on the path of victory both in the Delhi Assembly and the Lok Sabha polls," Delhi BJP chief Vijay Goel said.
He said anointment of Modi as party's Prime Ministerial candidate has brought enthusiasm among BJP rank and file.
"The anointment of Narendra Modi has further galvanised the party cadres in Delhi who are already charged up to end the 15-year misrule of Congress," said Goel.
"We are performing a 'havan' tomorrow on Modi's birthday to pray for his long life as well as for BJP's victory in the coming assembly and Lok Sabha polls," he said.