Modi addressed his second rally in as many days in South West Delhi's Dwarka where he asked people to support his party while coming down hard on Aam Aadmi Party which has put up a spirited fight for the keenly watched contest.
As the high-octane campaign entered its last lap, senior Union Ministers Arun Jaitley, M Venkaiah Naidu and Ravi Shankar Prasad addressed several rallies where they primarily targeted "main rival" AAP while seeking people's support for a "stable" government in Delhi.
Besides the rallies, Union Ministers Piyush Goyal and Nirmala Sitharaman addressed separate back-to-back press conferences where they hit out at AAP and its leader Arvind Kejriwal on a range of issues.
The BJP has been out of power in Delhi for last 16 years. It fell five seats short of majority in the last assembly polls in 2013. BJP leaders Prabhat Jha, Shahnawaz Hussain and Krishnapal Gujar also addressed a number of rallies seeking a clear mandate for the party.
Delhi BJP President Satish Upadhyay, party's Chief Ministerial nominee Kiran Bedi and former AAP leader Shazia Ilmi, who joined BJP recently, also tried to woo the voters in several rallies in outer and North East Delhi.
Union Ministers Babul Supriyo and Radha Mohan Singh were also busy campaigning for the party in various localities throughout the day. Fielding of BJP's top guns came days after party president Amit Shah expressed unhappiness over the party's "lacklustre" election campaign.
Sources said Shah has taken "full control" of the campaign and tasked 120 MPs including 14 Union ministers and hundreds of party workers from 13 states to campaign in Delhi.