"My religion is that of humanity. I've never believed in divisive politics. Hindu Muslim Sikh Isai apas mein hai bhai bhai (All are brothers)," Bedi said addressing a rally in Seelampur constituency.
Bedi assured the women of the area of security and safety, if voted to power.
"My sisters, you will get security. It is my responsibility. If you're facing any trouble, call the CM's control room. I will not tell you that the police is not under me," Bedi said taking a jibe at former chief minister Sheila Dikshit's remarks post December 16, 2012, gangrape.
Seelampur, primarily a Muslim dominated constituency, is a Congress bastion and its MLA Chaudhary Mateen Ahmad has not lost an election here in the past two decades.
The residents of the area welcomed Bedi with fireworks and as per traditional customs.
Bedi also received an overwhelming response at nearby Timarpur constituency, as her rally kicked off from Mukherjee Nagar. Young students along with local residents poured out on the roads to catch a glimpse of her.
Addressing residents in Seelampur, Bedi said she will bring money from the Central govt to help educate and offer employment opportunities to the youth.
"I know what people want... electricity, water, education, security, I have a lot to do here," she said.
"There is no age for education. I will launch a campaign to make you independent," she told a group of women.

Latest News from States News Desk