MCD sanitation workers will be continuing their protest against Delhi government on Saturday as well, reports suggest that an announcement of making it indefinite can come later in the day.
While, people are facing mountains of garbage on roads, Kejriwal government will be announcing a plan to curb the problem.
According to sources, Aam Aadmi Party will take help of volunteers to clean the mess residing on roads of the national capital.
"The BJP-led MCD is not capable of clearing the garbage and we will not allow the heaps of garbage in Delhi. We will soon come out with a detailed plan for lifting the piles of waste across the city.
"I want to assure Delhiites that we will not let them live amidst the garbage. The government on its own will make Delhi a clean city. People won't have to face the problem this time due to the strike by sanitation workers," said Delhi Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra.
In October last year, MCD workers had gone into a similar strike for which Delhi Government had released fund with an accusation of salary scam on BJP.