At his 'Auto Samwaad' public meeting in north Delhi's Burari, Kejriwal also alleged that the Narendra Modi government wanted to make the AAP dispensation "fail".

"When our government was formed, she came to our power minister to sign a letter, saying that Reliance-owned power companies have applied for a loan of Rs 11,000 crore. She wanted the minister to sign the document and said it was just a formality.

"When our minister got this letter checked, it turned out to be a guarantee letter. If Reliance-owned power companies failed to pay the loan, the burden would come on the people and the rates in Delhi would have increased two-three fold," he said.

Kejriwal said that Gamlin was appointed the Chief Secretary of Delhi despite objections raised by his government.

"We opposed the appointment of Chief Secretary (Gamlin), but Modi's government appointed her as CS. We have been struggling for last four days, but Modi's government wanted to make Delhi's government fail," he alleged.

He added that his government would keep a tab on Gamlin's work as acting Chief Secretary for the next 10 days and would ensure that every file going to the Chief Secretary's office passes through the Chief Minister's Office.

"It raises suspicions that they (BJP-led central government) will do something wrong in 10 days, but I assure you that I will keep a tab on her (Gamlin) and every file will go through me," he said.

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