On Sunday, Aam Aadmi Sena reportedly protested outside Kejriwal's residence in Delhi.
One of the protester was quoted as saying to a news agency, "AAP has tried to play politics of blood and has tried to divide Hindus and Muslims too. We want the Aam Aadmi Party to be banned. Arvind Kejriwal and his party workers should be jailed."
The protesters also alleged that the AAP was unable to run the government so now they are playing divisive politics.
On Friday, AAP's Delhi unit secretary Dilip Pandey and four party volunteers- Ravi Shankar Singh, Sonu, Javed and Rajkumar were arrested for allegedly instigating the people and putting up posters with proactive message against Congress MLAs in their area.
However, Kejriwal had alleged that the BJP was framing his party volunteers after the party "failed" in its bid to form the government.
He had claimed a man named Amanatullah had put up the posters and even confessed to it but the police have instead arrested AAP volunteers.
Earlier this month, Kejriwal had met Pranab Mukjerjee and requested him to dissolve the Delhi Assembly and urged for fresh polls in the capital.
Kejriwal, whose 49-day short stint as the Delhi chief minister was marked with several dharnas and hunger strikes, had recently claimed that hunger strikes did not help him and that is why he finally entered politics.
On Saturday, two Congress MLAs had reportedly alleged that AAP met its leaders for seeking support over government formation in Delhi.
In December 2013 assembly elections, AAP, which had won 28 seats had formed the government, with the outside support from the Congress who had got only 8 seats, after the BJP, who got 32 seats had refused to form the government with outside support.