At a meeting of its MLAs on Sunday, AAP described the Home Ministry notification of Thursday as "unconstitutional", and the government has decided to call a special Assembly Session from May 26-27 to discuss the Central order. The meeting was attended by Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia.

AAP leader and former minister Saurabh Bhardwaj told media persons after the meeting that the Central government is "shadow-boxing". "The notification that the Central government has brought is not only unconstitutional, but it is against the basic principles of democracy," he said.

Added another AAP legislator Alka Lamba, "If the Chief Minister doesn't have a right to appoint and suspend officials, then how is an elected government of Delhi supposed to fight corrupt officials?" "After discussion (in the assembly), if needed, we will go to the court," she said.

An official said the public meeting at the central park in Connaught Place on Monday will highlight achievements of the AAP government. AAP media coordinator Deepak Bajpai said the government has delivered on its promises.

The "clarificatory" Home Ministry notification on Thursday came after days of intense wrangling between Kejriwal government and Lt Governor Jung over transfer and posting of senior officials. It also took away powers of the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) to prosecute "officers, employees and functionaries" of the Central government.

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