The AAP released its manifesto for the February 8 polls on Tuesday, focussing on quality education, health, clean water, 24-hour electricity and 'deskbhakti curriculum' in Delhi government schools.
Speaking about the manifesto, Kejriwal said in the last five years, they have spent their time in improving the basic infrastructure.
The manifesto promises doorstep delivery of ration, free pilgrimage to 10 lakh senior citizens and Rs 1 crore compensation to kin of a safai karamchari if he dies on duty.
The manifesto is expected to have AAP's detailed plan for controlling the air and water pollution and women's safety among others.
In the last three days of election campaigning, AAP will intensify its campaign through 500 members of its frontal organisations.