"AAP is shocked over the central government's decision to ignore the proposal of the Kejriwal government to continue the relief for the next six months till September," said an AAP statement.
The party said that as per the interim budget passed by parliament Friday, the relief of 50 percent in electricity bills for those consuming up to 400 units each month, provided by its government from January, will be discontinued from April 1.
The BJP is an equal partner in this anti-people decision, the AAP said
"When preparations for the interim budget started, the AAP government had clearly made a provision for this relief to continue and the power department was ready with a proposal," the party said.
"The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government's decision to reverse this pro-people's measure is a betrayal of the people of Delhi," it said.
"The BJP is an equal partner in this anti-people decision," the AAP statement added.
The party said that despite the BJP promising a 30-percent cut in electricity bills in its manifesto for the Delhi elections, it did not protest the central government's decision when the interim budget was tabled in parliament.
According to AAP, more than 90 percent of the legislators in the Delhi assembly, except for the eight from Congress, had agreed that electricity bills should be reduced by at least 30 percent.
"Then how could the central government ignore such an overwhelming majority," it asked.
"People of Delhi are watching this match-fixing between the Congress and the BJP to increase the woes of the common man. The BJP's mysterious silence on president's rule is a clear signal it wants to deny the people their right of having a democratically elected government."
Former AAP minister Manish Sisodia said everything would be in place after the AAP comes to power again in Delhi in some time.