New Delhi: As protests in Jaffrabad in East Delhi turned violent over the power crisis in the capital, AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal has sought an appointment with PM Narendra Modi to discuss the crisis.
According to a report in NDTV, AAP's Sanjay Singh said that this decision was taken by the party at a late night meeting on Tuesday.
Kejriwal Tuesday had tweeted that BJP neither able to handle power crisis nor forming government nor allowing elections in Delhi.
The national capital is reeling under high temperatures and acute power crisis.
The city's power supply was affected following a severe storm last month which caused many lines of the Northern Grid to trip.