The joint forum apprised Mr Sinha about the "difficult working condition" and detailed instances over the past few years. The forum also sought administrative and moral support.
"The Cabinet Secretary gave a patient hearing to all officials and officers present and acknowledged that they are working in a difficult environment. He assured all employees of complete administrative and moral support," according to a statement.
"However, he cautioned that citizens should not be put to inconvenience and delivery of services should go on, to which all the officers assured complete dedication," the statement added.
Delhi's ruling AAP today also urged government officers to not obstruct work as doing so would affect governance. Saurabh Bharadwaj, chief spokesperson of AAP's Delhi unit also said the cases relating to the alleged assault on Mr Prakash and the attack on Delhi Minister Imran Hussain and Delhi Dialogue Commission's vice-chairman Ashish Khetan are being investigated by the police.
Lt Governor Anil Baijal today met with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and briefed him on the tussle between AAP government and its bureaucracy. The meet comes a day after Mr Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues met the Lt Governor seeking his intervention to ease the tension.
Yesterday, a Delhi Police reached Mr Kejriwal's residence and seized a hard disk containing CCTV in connection with the incident.
(With inputs from PTI)