- Arvind Kejriwal, ministers on protest at Delhi Lt Governor's office
- Two of his ministers are on hunger strike for two days
- AAP leaders say sudden activity could signal impending forcible eviction
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Health Minister Satyendar Jain are on an indefinite fast, which explained the ambulances. A team of doctors examined them as well as Mr Kejriwal. Though an ambulance has been stationed at Raj Niwas during the protest, it was the arrival of four that alarmed the Chief Minister and his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
Mr Sisodia, in a video, warned that if he was forced to leave, he would stop drinking water too.
Why r they planning to take them forcefully? It is just 4 days. Both of them r fit. They r fighting for the people of Delhi. https://t.co/ejg8mozb6X- Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) June 15, 2018
But to their relief, the ambulances left without taking anyone.
The AAP leaders have been trying to meet Mr Baijal since Monday evening to discuss two demands - one, that he step in to end what Mr Kejriwal alleges is a boycott by officials, and the second, a go-ahead for a doorstep delivery scheme that was nixed by the Lieutenant Governor.
AAP claims that the bureaucrats have boycotted meetings and refused to cooperate since Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash alleged that he had been attacked by Mr Kejriwal's lawmakers during a meeting in February.
Following it up with his second letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said: "I have told the LG and (deputy chief minister) Manish Sisodia wrote a letter to him (Anil Baijal) yesterday and even sent a message on WhatsApp. But, no response from his side. We got no response to the letter I wrote to the PM. So, today again I wrote to the prime minister."
With his office "occupied". Mr Baijal has been holding meetings at the camp office at his home just behind the Secretariat.
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