New Delhi: With an aim to achieve a successful win for BJP in Delhi assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address his last rally in Ambedkar Nagar in south Delhi on Wednesday.

While addressing a rally in Rohini on Tuesday, PM Modi said the AAP was till now talking about who was more corrupt - the Congress or the BJP.

"Now we know the truth. Look at their shamelessness," PM Modi said. "The party's defence that they did not ask for donations is untenable." Modi said the money was transferred to the AAP in the "dead of night".

"Our country can forgive mistakes, but not fraudsters," the Prime Minister said.

"Those who roamed around claiming to have Swiss account numbers in their pockets have no idea whose money is lying in their own accounts," Modi said.

Meanwhile, following intelligence inputs of terror threats during Delhi elections, a tight security blanket has been put in place for today's rally.

Delhi will go the polls on February 7 and the results will be announced on February 10.

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