Arvind Kejriwal has nominated 10 AAP MLAs and a BJP MLA as chairpersons of district development committees.
Nine police personnel, including an ACP, were injured when a protest by around 2,000 sanitation staffers had turned violent on Wednesday.
A 52-year-old doctor had allegedly committed suicide in Durga Vihar in South Delhi on April 18. The FIR said he was threatened and intimidated by Jarwal, Nagar and others.
The AAP leader, who had tested negative on Tuesday, was tested again on Wednesday and the results have confirmed that he has contracted the virus.
Rajendra Singh, 52, committed suicide in Durga Vihar in south Delhi on April 18. In his suicide note, the doctor held Jarwal responsible for his death.
The MLA, whose brother has also tested positive for the virus, is currently in home quarantine.
Meanwhile, the Mehrauli administration has put many localities under the containment zones.
A suicide note recovered from the victim's house stated that AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal was responsible for his death.
The MLA was booked on June 23, 2016 for allegedly misbehaving with a group of women who had approached him with a complaint of a water crisis.
The complainant stated that around 15 days back, the three suspects had threatened party supporter Ashok Maan who was killed in the firing.
The number of MLAs with serious criminal cases, which included rape, attempt to murder and crimes against women, is 37.
After the counting process was almost over and Naresh Yadav was declared winner, he was attacked by unidentified assailants in the Vasant Kunj.
AAP RS MP Sanjay Singh said that on late Tuesday night, Yadav was attacked when he was returning from the temple.
The Congress said it would fight the office-of-profit case involving 20 AAP MLAs in the Election Commission of India again, after the Delhi High Court set aside their disqualification.
The AAP MLAs present in the House welcomed the Speaker's decision by thumping the desks and chanted "Bharat Mata ki Jai".