The campaign was stopped last month during the selection of the party's Chief Ministerial candidate, a leader said on Monday.

The campaign was started by party's president Vijay Goel who visited an apartment complex in Civil Lines area October 16. The objective of the campaign is to disseminate the message of the party.

"Now it will be started again after the selection of candidates," a party leader said.

Five members from the party, including the selected candidate, will visit individual house, meet the family members and share the party's vision, said the leader.

Delhi has 70 assembly constituencies for which 1,500 people have applied for BJP tickets.

The capital is set to go to polls December 4. Meanwhile, the announcement about the names of candidates is expected in a couple of days as the central election committee is set to meet November 5, said sources.

(Agencies)

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