Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will address a series of public meetings and participate in roadshows in various parts of the national capital from February 3 to 5 in support of Congress candidates during the Delhi Assembly elections.
A spokesperson of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) said that the Chief Minister will address a public meeting in favour of Congress candidate Surender Setia in Hari Nagar on February 3 at 4:45 pm, followed by a roadshow to canvas for party candidate Shivani Chopra in Kalkaji at 9 pm.
On February 4, Singh will participate in a roadshow at Kasturba Nagar at 5 pm, in favour of party candidate Abhishek Dutt, followed by a public meeting at Bata Chowk Bhogal in Jangpura at 8 pm.
The Chief Minister's programme for electioneering on February 5 is yet to be finalised, the spokesperson said.
Elections will be held in all 70 constituencies of Delhi on February 8. The counting of votes will take place on February 11.
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