The party has put up hoardings, carrying photographs of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi, at various places across the national capital promising to slash power bills by 50 percent by providing LED bulbs at cheap rates.

In the last Assembly elections, BJP had promised to slash electricity tariff by 30 percent.

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Sources in the party said reduction in electricity bill was one of the main promises made by the Aam Aadmi Party in the last elections following which it had formed government.

This time, the BJP does not want to give any reason for AAP to outdo the party in the Delhi polls, the sources said.

Meanwhile, BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said the party will get two-thirds majority in the upcoming February 7 Delhi Assembly polls.

"Politics of falsehood will not succeed in Delhi and we shall gain two-thirds majority by virtue of our achievements," Shah said, directing party workers to contact 30 families daily and convince them to vote for the BJP.

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Delhi goes to poll February 7 and the results will be declared February 10. Over 920 candidates are in the fray for the February 7 Assembly elections.

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