In a video which surfaced online on Friday, the woman police officer can be seen pleading with folded hands to the lawyers before getting overpowered.
The names of Kiran Bedi and Deepak Mishra reverberated at the protest venues -- Police Headquarters at ITO and India Gate -- from morning till night.
On Tuesday, Lt Governor Anil Baijal said it is imperative to restore the trust between police and lawyers and also to ensure that justice is done impartially in the entire matter.
The notice seeks immediate action against all the police personnel and officials who staged demonstration yesterday, saying that their action was in clear contravention to the rules.
The stir was later called off after the protesters were assured that their demands would be considered.
The personnel on Tuesday held a protest outside Police Head Quarters (PHQ), against the clash that broke out between police and lawyers at Tis Hazari Court on November 2.
All these least 81 officials, including ACPs, to be compulsorily retired in the public interest, due to corruption and other charges and CBI traps.
Patnaik met police personnel deployed on night shift at major intersections of the national capital to ensure that the law and order remained intact.
Maliwal said that her husband Navin Jaihind had on Thursday received threatening messages on WhatsApp from some spa owners.
The direction comes days after Baijal accorded in-principal approval to the mandatory annual health check-up scheme for all Delhi government employees aged above 40 years.
Of the total amount allocated for the police force, Rs 7,274.28 crore was earmarked for its revenue section and Rs 222.63 crore for police infrastructure comprising offices and residential projects.
Communal tensions snowballed after a temple in the area was vandalised which started after an altercation over parking space.