New Delhi, Nov 22
Two days after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was attacked with chilli powder, the Delhi Cabinet on Thursday announced a day-long special session of the Assembly on Monday to discuss the attitude of the Centre and the Delhi Police on the issue.
Apart from the discussion on the attack, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said the Assembly will also discuss the "deletion" of 30 lakh names from the voter list in the city.
Kejriwal was on Tuesday afternoon attacked by a middle-aged man with chilli powder when he stepped out of his office after a meeting inside the Delhi Secretariat.
On Wednesday, party MLAs wrote to Kejriwal to exclude the Delhi Police from the one crore compensation policy for the martyrs.