Speaking to reporters, AAP leader Manish Sisodia said: "We are not here to protest. We are here to remind Dr Harsh Vardhan what his government is supposed to do. When AAP was in power in Delhi, there was 24-hours electricity and that too at a subsidised rate."
Leading a group of supporters, Sisodia and Somnath Bharti reached Harsh Vardhan's residence early on Tuesday morning but were not able to meet him. Bharti said: "Their government said that good days will come in the future, where are they? What are they doing?"
Meanwhile Harsh Vardhan earlier said that AAP didn't improve electricity supply when in power.
Delhi is reeling under severe power crisis in the past few weeks. With temperatures soaring to 46 degree Celsius, authorities say that it will take at least 20 days to bring the situation back to normal.