Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari will embark on "Reality Check Yatra" to verify the claims of development works undertaken by the AAP government in various parts of the city, ahead of elections to three municipal corporations, ruled by the party. Tiwari, who toured and stayed at night in around half a dozen slums and rural areas of Delhi immediately after taking over the charge of Delhi BJP in December last year, will begin the Yatra in a specially designed vehicle from party office tomorrow. Recently, he had also released a reality check report on performance of Kejriwal government charging it with "failing" to fulfil the promises made to people before Delhi Assembly polls. During the Yatra, he will assess the claims of development work done by AAP government and bring "truth" before the people of Delhi, Delhi BJP media incharge Praveen Shankar Kapoor said. Party MPs, MLAs, senior leaders and office bearers of the state unit will travel with Tiwari in their respective areas, he said. Watch this also: Tiwari will try to connect with youths at Delhi University during the Yatra, following which he will visit Lalbagh slum in Azapur area. He will also visit Ashok Vihar to interact with traders and finally conclude the campaign at Wajirpur industrial area. During the Yatra, Tiwari will be visiting all the areas of Delhi in a specially designed vehicle which can accommodate 15 people. The vehicle will be later used as stage for Tiwari's public meetings for civic elections, Kapoor said.