"Countdown has begun by the way Kejriwal has started all this. Government is run from the secretariat and not from the streets," party spokesman Meem Afzal said. READ MORE: AAP supporters, police clash at protest site (Agencies)
"They should end the habit to be on streets after getting power. You cannot perform the role of the opposition while being in power", he told reporters at the AICC briefing.
Speaking separately, Union Minister Jairam Ramesh said if Kejriwal and his team continue to resort to such actions, Congress should reconsider its support to the government.
In remarks signaling that the patience of Congress, supporting the Delhi government, is wearing thin, Afzal asked the chief minister, "What will be Delhi's fate in the next 10 days when he will be on a dharna?"
Suggesting that the work in Delhi government has come to a standstill, he wondered whether any of the Delhi ministers on Monday did any official work, passed any orders or taken any administrative meeting.
"If this goes on for the next 10 days, what they will deliver to the people of Delhi. How can the administration, which is necessary for running day to day affairs, function," he added.
Party general secretary Digvijay Singh, who had earlier dared Kejriwal to contest elections, also said that AAP should fight Lok Sabha polls if it wanted to change laws as they are made in Parliament and not through dharnas on roads.
"He is Chief Minister. Let him change the system. It cannot be done by shouting," party spokesperson Bhakta Charan Das said.
"Countdown has begun by the way Kejriwal has started all this. Government is run from the secretariat and not from the streets," party spokesman Meem Afzal said.
READ MORE: AAP supporters, police clash at protest site