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2016 and now: A tale of two verdicts

On August 4, 2016, within hours of the Delhi High Court upholding the L-G as Delhi’s administrative head, the then L-G Najeeb Jung sat beaming in a press conference — his first since the Aam Aadmi Party had come to power.

Ending bitter Delhi stand-off, Najeeb Jung quits to return to academia

Sources said that Jung had considered resigning at least two months ago, after the Delhi High Court in August had reiterated that the Lt Governor was the administrative head of Delhi.


Don't try Najeeb Jung, Modi won't appoint a Muslim as vice-president, tweets Kejriwal; gets trolled

"Najeeb Jung sold his soul to Modi to become the vice president. But Modi will never appoint a Muslim as vice-president, no matter what Jung does," tweeted Kejriwal.

LG Jung on Kejriwal: We get along well but will have our differences

LG Jung said that Kejriwal may have "political reasons" to describe him as as an "agent of BJP".

L-G executive head of govt, asserts Centre

The hearing came after a gap of over two months.

Think freely, beyond just jobs: L-G Najeeb Jung at Ramjas college

“Open the windows of your mind and let the winds of free thought and free knowledge flow in. It will help you grow as independent thinkers,” said Jung.


Amid L-G Jung's queries, AAP govt, opposition spar over DDCA probe

The Delhi government, on the other hand, alleged this was the second instance, within four months, of the Lt Governor trying to block its decision to probe cases of corruption.

Rioting, defacement, assault: The cases against AAP MLAs

Leaders of the Congress and BJP, who have ruled Delhi in the past, said such matters were routine.

Fight for Delhi: To ‘protect bureaucrats from Jung’s threats’, govt sets up GoM

‘They were warned of dire consequences if they refused to derail govt’.

L-G Jung tells officials not to follow ‘illegal’ orders, CM Arvind Kejriwal says not now

The order has been marked to the Chief Secretary and all principal, special, additional secretaries and secretaries.