NEW DELHI, Feb. 7 -- The Delhi Assembly election campaign which started as a three-corner fight among the incumbent AAP, the BJP and the Congress has now narrowed down to a direct fight between the AAP and the BJP with the Congress appearing to have given up hope with its low-key canvassing for the February 8 election.

Hard-selling its five years of development works and freebies provided to Delhiites, AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejrwial is hopeful of retaining power.

However, the AAP is facing a stiff challenge from the BJP under the stewardship of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Besides promising freebies like Rs 2/kg atta, the BJP tried to capitalise on the anti-CAA protests in Shaheen Bagh.

The AAP throughout the p...