Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues spent the night at Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal's office to press for their demands including a direction to IAS officers to end their "strike" and action against officers who have struck work for "four months".
"Delhi's maalik (owner) Kejriwal and company are protesting inside an air-conditioned room. Delicacies are being served to them from outside while the city's reeling under a water crisis. They are only concerned about politics and not about people's issues," Gupta posted on Twitter.
A number of AAP MLAs, party's leaders and workers have also camped near the L-G office, and the police have barricaded the area.
The L-G's office slammed Kejriwal's sit-in, saying it was another protest in the sequence of "dharna without reason".
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