New Delhi, March 13 -- Contestants in the fray for seven Lok Sabha seats in the national Capital are using internet and door-to-door meetings to reach out to over 13 million voters in the city. Some are also giving it a personal touch by engaging their family members to canvass support for them.

Delhi will vote on May 12 and since only the Aam Aadmi Party has announced candidates for six seats, campaigning is yet to pick up in the city. The capital will witness a triangular contest between the AAP, the BJP and the Congress. Both the Congress and AAP have made it clear that they will not have a pre-poll alliance.

AAP candidate from East Delhi, Atishi, has found help from her family apart from her team of volunteers. To give an "emotional t...