The I-T department has served a notice to the AAP MLA, regarding non-declaration of FD and mutual fund savings by the leader in her election affidavit.
Her party also came out in her defence, terming the notice 'ridiculous' and saying it exposes the 'sexist and chauvinist' face of the BJP.
As on Tuesday morning Delhi had a stock of 5.25 lakh vaccines including 3.75 lakh doses of Covishield and 1.5 lakh doses of Covaxin.
Atishi said the national capital administered a record 2.07 lakh vaccine doses on Saturday, of which more than 1.50 lakh were given to youths.
Atishi said that the Delhi government is hopeful of vaccinating the entire youth population 'soon', if regular supply of vaccine is ensured.
Over 16 lakh people in the national capital have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus, while more than 50 lakh have received at least one dose so far, AAP MLA Atishi said on Wednesday.
In an online vaccination bulletin, she also said, Delhi was expecting more doses from the Centre as the city is more vulnerable to the anticipated waves.
Talking about the vaccine stock available for people above 45 years, Atishi said there are almost 8,50,000 Covid doses in the present stock, of which 7,65,000 are Covishield and 80,000 Covaxin.
The MLA said Delhi has 7,44,000 doses available for people in the 45-plus category, and approximately 2,34,000 for those in the 18-44 category.
This comes a day after half of the COVID vaccination centres for the 18-44 age group were closed on Tuesday due to the shortage of vaccines.
Issuing the daily vaccination bulletin on Monday, AAP MLA Atishi said for the 18-44 segment, Delhi has a stock of 40,840 vaccines, out of which 40,300 are Covaxin doses.
Delhi receives 48,000 Covaxin doses for people above 45 years, to be mostly used as second jabs: Atishi
Delhi AAP MLA Atishi questioned the Centre over not approving Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
AAP MLA Atishi that only 45-plus age group people were getting vaccinated and even for them Covaxin is not available.
In a vaccination bulletin issued online, she also said, "Yesterday, only 43,824 doses were administered in total, while the count was over 1.25 lakh or 1.4 lakh per day till recent time".
Delhi yet to receive more COVID vaccines for 18-44 group; only private hospitals giving jabs: Atishi
Atishi said that the central government should grant approval for vaccines by foreign firms such as Moderna and Pfizer and ramp up production in India.