New Delhi, June 13: The Aam Aadmi Party said on Wednesday that an “Emergency-like” situation prevailed in the national capital and sought President Ram Nath Kovind’s intervention. Rajya Sabha MP  Sanjay Singh said that he has asked for an appointment with Kovind along with party lawmakers and legislators from Delhi and Punjab. “It’s an Emergency-like situation in Delhi. The entire work of the Delhi government is crippled due to strike by IAS officers for past four months,” Singh said, adding that the Lt Governor was working at the “behest” of the Modi government. Singh made the remarks after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his cabinet colleagues sat on a hunger strike at the office of the Lt Governor to press for their various demands. (Also read: Protest Inside LG’s Office)Also Read - Singhu Border Killing: Second 'Nihang' Arrested From Punjab Village Over Gruesome Murder of Dalit Man

The AAP government’s demands to the LG include direction to IAS officers to end their “strike”, action against those who have struck work for “four months”. It has also asked the LG to approve the proposal for doorstep delivery of rations. “Its unfortunate that the Delhi chief minister, his deputy and two ministers are sitting at the LG office, but he has not found even three minutes to meet them in past three days,” Singh said. Also Read - Only To Curb Trans-Border Crimes: BSF Says Jurisdiction Increased For CrPC Act, Passport Act

He said that he has talked to the leaders of Samajwadi Party (SP), RJD, JD(S), CPM, CPI and RLD who have assured support to the AAP. The LG and the Centre should try to find out a solution to the problem and the president should intervene, he said. Singh said that if the IAS officers assured in writing to end their strike and resume work, the AAP will appeal the chief minister and his colleagues to end their sit-in at the LG office. He warned that the AAP will resort to a massive agitation if no solution is found to the existing situation. The party has planned a protest march to the LG office in the evening. Also Read - ‘No Need to Panic’: Amid Concerns Over Power Outage, Centre Says Adequate Coal Supply Will be There