BJP's chief ministerial candidate for Delhi assembly polls Harshvardhan today termed Rahul Gandhi's rally here a "flop show" and said lack of people's participation in it was an indication that Congress was all set to face defeat in the coming assembly polls.
He said there was no comparison between Narendra Modi's Hunkar rally at Patna and Rahul's rally here in Mangolpuri where very few people turned up.
"The Mangolpuri has been a Congress stronghold. PWD Minister Raj Kumar Chouhan represents it. Despite best efforts, they could not bring more than 5000 people. It was a flop show," said Vardhan.
Accusing Delhi government of doing nothing in 15 years, he said people of the city want to get rid of the "corrupt Congress government".
"There is nothing like government in the country and in Delhi. One can see anarchy, loot, corruption, price rise and lack of accountability. Two crore people of Delhi are suffering due to corruption and price rise," he said.
Vardhan said all senior BJP leaders including Narendra Modi, LK Advani, Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj and Uma Bharti will campaign in Delhi.
Vardhan had a meeting with Bharti today where various issues relating to the polls in Delhi were discussed.
He also slammed those who sought to question timing of the bomb blast at Modi's rally in Patna.
"Comments by some Congress leaders on the issue are totally unacceptable. They are frustrated over Modi's anointment as BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate. They are making such comments which are tarnish the image of the country in the world," said Vardhan.