The Congress has given a ticket to 73-year-old MP Chaudhary Santokh Singh, while AAP has given it to 69-year-old Justice (retd.) Zora Singh, who held the first inquiry in Bargari and Behbal Kalana incidents.
Since many days, Kejriwal is trying to forge an alliance with the Congress in New Delhi and in Punjab, but in vain. Most top Delhi Congress leaders do not want an alliance and are opposing a seat-sharing with the party.
In an interview to PTI, the 30-year-old chartered accountant said politics of caste and religion have taken a "back seat" in the upcoming polls and people of Delhi would vote on the basis of development issues.
Jasraj had in the past accused Mann of having sabotaged his election campaign in 2014. He had gone on record saying that Mann deliberately did not allow AAP convenor and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal to campaign for him in Bathinda.