Kalkaji has seen significant educational development in terms of flagship projects and schools of excellence.
AAP leader and educator Atishi filed her nomination papers for the upcoming Assembly elections as the party’s Kalkaji candidate with great pomp and show, on Friday.
While more women and Purvanchali candidates have been fielded by the ruling party, five Muslims and three Sikhs are in the poll fray with no minister being dropped.
The AAP will be banking on the popularity of its healthcare facilities, especially mohalla clinics, in improving the primary healthcare scenario.
Chadha will be contesting from the Rajinder Nagar assembly seat, while Atishi and Pandey will be fighting from the Kalkaji assembly seat and Timarpur assembly seat respectively.
The manifesto is likely to be released between January 15 and 20, with the party's vision in the next five years will be highlighted in it.
Atishi, who played a pivotal role in revamping the state of education in government-run schools in New Delhi, said Merkel discussed the challenges faced by women in India during the meeting.
The order was reserved by the court after hearing the arguments from Atishi who said there was sufficient ground to summon Gambhir as accused.
Marlena takes on former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely and BJP's Gautam Gambhir.