The Congress alleged the resignation of Kejriwal was orchestrated and part of the AAP’s political gameplan.
The FIR ordered by the Delhi government was registered Wednesday.
Both Congress and BJP held the government’s move as “unconstitutional”, saying laid down procedures will have to be followed.
Following the announcement, the Delhi Police had written to Kejriwal, expressing concern over holding a special session in Ramlila Maidan.
I will appeal to the Lt Governer, who has always been supportive, to provide us with more officers,” Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday.
Kejriwal had slammed Jung Friday for seeking the opinion of the Solicitor General on the constitutionality of the Bill.
Harsh Vardhan said BJP would be prepared for re-election but refrained from commenting on whether government would fall.
Despite convening two meetings of party MLAs, the BJP is yet to reach a consensus on the stand it should adopt on the two Bills.
Rambir Shokeen, Independent MLA from Mundka, met Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung on Monday and rescinded his support to AAP government.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has already said that he may resign, if other parties fail to support the Lokpal Bill.
Discoms standoff : Says firms will have to go if they violate terms of agreement
He warned discoms that they will not be allowed to ‘blackmail’ people of the city and assured that his government would not let ‘Delhiites live without power’.
AICC general secretary Shakeel Ahmed said, Nobody should use such language, especially when referring to someone who occupies a constitutional position.
Kejriwal reminded auto-drivers that overcharging and refusal to take passengers earn public ire.
Solicitor General Mohan Parasaran said that Kejriwal’s strong reaction against his legal opinion had surprised him.
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