Delhi Lieutenant Governor works from home as CM Arvind Kejriwal, ministers occupy his office in protest
Anil Baijal has been holding meetings with officers at the camp office at his residence, which is just behind the L-G Secretariat where Kejriwal and his three ministers have been staging the sit-in.
Kejriwal and his Cabinet colleagues continued their dharna at the L-G's office, where they are camped since Monday evening, even as Health Minister Satyendar Jain began an indefinite hunger strike.
The Delhi High Court ruled that the national capital remains a union territory with the LG as its "administrative" head.
This is a fight for the rights of the people of Delhi, AAP Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh told reporters outside the Chief Minister's residence.
Kejriwal, his deputy Manish Sisodia and two ministers Gopal Rai and Satyendra Jain met Baijal this evening and decided to stay put at his office till their three demands were accepted.
The AAP chief also said if the Centre did not allow Delhi to be a full state, the people here would tell the BJP to leave the national capital.