<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On a day when Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi were exchanging barbs, Delhi LG and Arvind Kejriwal’s bete noir, LG Jung, suddenly dropped a bombshell by claiming that he was resigning. The move came completely out of the blue and even the officials had the Home Ministry had no clue about his impending move. While the Congress asked if the plan was to bring ‘someone close to the RSS’, firebrand right-wing leader Subramanian Swamy called the move ‘long overdue’!DCW chief Swati Maliwal termed it the ‘end of dark days’ for women of Delhi but AAP leaders, particularly Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia, seemed bittersweet about the move.Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal described the resignation of Lt Governor Najeeb Jung a “surprise” move while his deputy Manish Sisodia said working with him was a “bitter-sweet” experience, but the AAP government and Jung did a “good job in Delhi together”. Kejriwal and Sisodia spoke to Jung over phone and wished him luck for his future. The Delhi Chief Minister said it was “good” working with him.But despite the late words of reconciliation, the AAP government and LG Jung were continuously at loggerheads. It came to appoint when Kejriwal even likened Jung to ‘Hitler’ and accused him of selling his soul to Modi so that he could become Vice President.Here’s a timeline of their Jung:2013July 9: Najeeb Jung appointed Lt Governor.Dec 28: Kejriwal becomes Chief Minister after taking outside support from Congress.2014Feb 3: Delhi Cabinet clears draft of Jan Lokpal Bill. Feb 10: Jung sends it to Law Ministry which says Centre’s nod mandatory to introduce Jan Lokpal Bill.Feb 14: Kejriwal resigns as Chief Minister.Feb 17: Delhi assembly kept in suspended animation, President’s Rule imposed.2015Feb 14: Kejriwal is Chief Minister again, as AAP wins a staggering 67 out of 70 seats.April 1: Jung says not obliged to route files through CMO after Kejriwal’s order send files related to police, public order and land through him. April 29: Kejriwal tells officials not to ‘bother’ LG with all the files.May 16: Kejriwal accuses IAS officer Shakuntala Gamlin of lobbying for power companies.May 20: Jung annuls all bureaucratic postings by Delhi government, says power to appoint and transfer rests with him.June 2: Five officers of Bihar Police join Delhi Government’s Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB). Jung rejects it, says he is the ACB boss.June 8: Jung names Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police M.K. Meena new chief of ACB. Kejriwal cries foul.June 9: Delhi government replaces Home Secretary Dharam Pal. LG vetoes order. July 20/21: Delhi government appoints Swati Maliwal as Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chairperson. Jung asks why his approval was not taken.August: Kejriwal hikes circle rates in Delhi for agricultural land. Jung objects.Aug 11: Delhi government forms Commission of Inquiry to probe CNG fitness scam. LG again objects.December: AAP government sets up Inquiry Commission to probe Delhi and District Cricket Association. Jung questions its validity. Dec 15: CBI raids Chief Minister’s Office. Kejriwal blames Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jung.Dec 31: IAS and DANICS officers go on mass leave a day before flagship odd-even scheme. 2016Jan 1: Kejriwal blames LG, Centre for strike. Odd-even scheme a success.March: AAP government appoints former Chief Income Tax Commissioner Krishna Saini as Chairperson of Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission.June 1: ACB probes Delhi government’s app based Premium Bus Service. June 20: ACB files FIR against Kejriwal and former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in water tanker scam after Jung’s okay. Aug 4: Delhi High Court gives primacy to Lt Governor in Delhi’s administration. AAP government moves Supreme Court. Aug 30: Jung axes Delhi Health Secretary and PWD Secretary. Kejriwal says Modi hell bent on destroying Delhi through Jung.Aug 30: Jung sets up panel to probe over 400 files related to decisions taken by Delhi government. Kejriwal calls it illegal.Sep 16: After chikungunya outbreak, Jung asks Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to return from Finland.Sep 17: Jung refuses to meet AAP ministers. Oct 7: Jung appoints IAS officer Alka Diwan as DCW Member Secretary. Diwan stops payment of salaries to contractual employees of DCW. Kejriwal seeks her removal.Dec 6: Jung replaces Diwan with IAS officer Dilraj Kaur. Kejriwal rejects the move, calls Jung “Hitler”.Dec 22: Jung resigns.

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LG v/s AAP: A timeline of the battle between Najeeb Jung and Arvind Kejriwal