Ravish Kumar takes a round of South Delhi where an intense fight is set among the Aam Aadmi Party's Raghav Chadha, the BJP's Ramesh Bidhuri and the Congress's Vijender Singh in the Lok Sabha election. Delhi will vote on May 12. Raghav Chadha, walking amid a sea of cheering AAP supporters, says, "When we say we need reservation for people of Delhi in colleges and jobs, what we mean is that anyone from anywhere, whether from Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh or Rajasthan but who cast their vote in Delhi, who lives in Delhi, is a real Dilliwala." Walking under the blazing sun of May at South Delhi's Kalkaji, Mr Chadha points to a wall where a hoarding of the BJP existed a month ago. "It had photos of (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi ji, a BJP leader and Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman with the words 'vote for Modi'. The BJP is taking credit for the work of the armed forces; it plays divisive politics; we need to come together and defeat the BJP."