Mr Baijal, AAP said, has refused to take action. The party also tweeted a photo of the Chief Minister, accompanied by his deputy Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain and Gopal Rai, sitting in the LG’s waiting room.
Last month, Mr Kejriwal went to meet Mr Baijal to discuss the row over installation of closed-circuit television cameras in Delhi. The Lieutenant Governor, who had agreed to meet only Mr Kejriwal and his deputy, refused to meet the full delegation. Mr Kejriwal then sat on a ‘dharna’ near the LG’s office with his party leaders and cabinet colleagues.
It was his first street protest after returning to power in February 2015.
Mr Kejriwal says the IAS officers of Delhi has been on an “illegal strike” for t he last four months. “As per law, the IAS cannot go on strike. There is no reason for the strike, they don’t have any demand,” news agency IANS has quoted him as saying.