Narayanasamy said the situation is similar to what it was when his government was in power and Kiran Bedi was the Lt Governor.
Briefing the media on Wednesday, Narayanasamy said the speaker had been interfering in the government, beyond the limits of his power.
They alleged the tenure of the party president and 16 political affairs committee members had expired, and urged party's in-charge Dinesh Gundu Rao to take action.
Led by SP (East) Vamsidhar Reddy, police arrested protestors after a scuffle between the latter and personnel.
Narayanasamy said that the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre was hurting the people by imposing the 5 per cent on essential items.
Narayanasamy said that during his three-day visit to Puducherry, Murugan had tried to divert the attention of the people by giving false information.
Lieutenant Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan is heading meetings and acting like Puducherry's super chief minister while Rangasamy has become a dummy CM, said former chief minister V Narayanasamy.
The Senior Congress leader asked whether there was any strain in the AINRC-BJP alliance or if the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre returned the Budget proposal, or if the local BJP was preventing
The former CM said, when Rangasamy was opposition leader, he was critical of the Congress-DMK government for not presenting a full budget before the beginning of the financial year.
While the two never saw eye-to-eye, Narayanasamy called the stir amid differences regarding conduct of the New Year 2021 celebrations.
Around 500 protestors led by PCC President A V Subramanian marched with 'Rajiv Jothi', and candles and wearing black shawls to register that the release was unacceptable to them.
Narayanasamy pointed out that the circular had a clear direction that registers, service books of employees, and pension books should be in Hindi too.
He alleged that the Centre has displayed a false number of deaths as the Supreme Court has instructed them to provide funding to victims. He condemned the alleged misinformation.
He added, priority must be given to Smart City projects brought during Congress rule and implementation of old pension schemes for government servants.
Narayanasamy said he would bring to the notice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi the hardships caused by the Centre without sanctioning funds to tackle the pandemic situation.
PM is non-committal, Puducherry left with only option to raise loans through RBI to tide over fiscal crisis: CM V Narayanasamy
Narayanasamy said he had brought to the PM's notice the fall in the revenue due to closure of all business establishments, liquor shops and industrial units since the COVID-19 lockdown began.
Welfare Minister M Kandasamy claimed that because of Bedi's 'negative stand' the rice scheme was suffering hiccups and could not be implemented regularly every month.