The Covid advisory mentioning the bypoll date has made some TMC leaders uneasy.
Quarantine centres to reopen post-Bhowanipore bypoll: Kolkata civic body's Covid advisory sparks controversy
The ruling Trinamool Congress said the mention of the by-poll in the advisories might give BJP a scope to raise the pandemic issue.
West Bengal transport minister Firhad Hakim further said that the civic body has the infrastructure to vaccinate as many as one lakh people in a day.
Kolkata Police has decided to form forensic teams in each of its nine divisions to collect samples from crime scenes and accident spots without delay.
Several senior BJP leaders and workers were detained by the police during their march towards the KMC office.
BJP state president Dilip Ghosh alleged that the ruling camp was trying to "hush up" the connection between Debanjan Deb, the alleged mastermind of the dubious drive, and a section of TMC leaders.
Debanjan Deb, 28, and his accomplices have also been charged with criminal conspiracy, forgery and cheating.
Deb, who lied to his family about becoming an IAS officer, might have used that money to organise fake Covid-19 vaccination camps, pay salary to his employees and rent for the office.
It was also revealed during investigation that the arrested man opened several bank accounts in the names of senior Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) officials using fake documents.
The Kolkata Municipal Corporation has sought the help of private hospitals to ramp up COVID-19 vaccination in the city.
Various officials of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) have been empowered to issue resident proof, income and other certificates in the absence of ward coordinators.
Ahmed, who is the principal secretary in the Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Department, will remain in the post till the new Board of Councillors of the civic body takes charge.
The resignation has come after EC has restrained political appointees serving as board administrators of Bengal municipal corporations until the model code of conduct is in force.
The KMC has conducted tests of water samples collected from the Bhawanipore area in ward number 73.