Talking to reporters after filing her nomination, Malini indicated that it was her last election.
"There are several committed new young aspirants in the party," the actor-turned-politician said. "I would canvas for the them if they would contest from Mathura in the next Lok Sabha election."
The Bharatiya Janata Party leader claimed she could fulfil part of her dream for the development of Mathura, adding that she would make every effort to make her dream into reality.
Singh, who is the joint candidate of the SP-BSP-RLD alliance, said he did not believe in making false promises.
"I would be available for the people of Mathura round the clock since basically I am from Mathura," he said.
"Just see the horrible state of the Yamuna," Singh said, adding that nothing had been done.
Tuesday is the last day for filing the nomination, the official added.
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