New Delhi: The seeds of the tussle between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, who quit on Thursday, were sown during the 49-day AAP government rule in 2013-14. Here is how the confrontation unfolded:
9 July: Najeeb Jung appointed Lt Governor.
28 December: Kejriwal becomes chief minister.
3 February: Delhi Cabinet clears Jan Lokpal Bill draft.
10 February: Jung sends it to Law Ministry which says Centre's nod mandatory to introduce Jan Lokpal Bill.
14 February: Kejriwal resigns.
17 February: Delhi Assembly kept in suspended animation, President's Rule imposed.
14 February: Kejriwal is chief minister again, AAP sweeps Assembly election.
April: Jung says not obliged to send files to chief minster in response to Kejriwal's order to route files related to police, public order and land through him.
29 April: Kejriwal tells officials not to bother L-G with all files.
16 May: Kejriwal accuses IAS officer Shakuntala Gamlin of lobbying for power companies.
20 May: Jung annuls all bureaucratic postings by Delhi government, says power to appoint and transfer rests with him.
2 June: Five officers of Bihar police join Delhi government's Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB). Jung rejects it, says he is the ACB boss.
8 June: Jung names joint commissioner of Delhi police MK Meena new chief of ACB. Kejriwal cries foul.
9 June: Delhi government replaces Home Secretary Dharam Pal. LG vetoes order.
20/21 July: 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.
11 August: Delhi government forms commission of inquiry to probe CNG fitness scam. L-G again objects.
December: AAP government sets up inquiry commission to probe Delhi and District Cricket Association. Jung questions its validity.
15 December: CBI raids chief minister's office. Kejriwal blames Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Jung.
31 December: IAS and DANICS officers go on mass leave a day before flagship odd-even scheme.
1 January: Kejriwal blames L-G, 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.
1 June: ACB probes Delhi government's app based premium bus service.
20 June: ACB files FIR against Kejriwal and former chief minister Sheila Dikshit in water tanker scam after Jung's okay.
4 August: Delhi High Court gives primacy to Lt Governor in Delhi's administration. AAP government moves Supreme Court.
30 August: Jung axes Delhi health secretary and PWD secretary. Kejriwal says Modi hell bent on destroying Delhi through Jung.
30 August: Jung sets up panel to probe over 400 files related to decisions taken by Delhi government. Kejriwal calls it illegal.
16 September: After chikungunya outbreak, Jung asks deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia to return from Finland.
17 September: Jung refuses to meet AAP ministers.
7 October: Jung appoints IAS officer Alka Diwan as DCW member secretary. Diwan stops payment of salaries to contractual employees of DCW. Kejriwal seeks her removal.
6 December: Jung replaces Diwan with IAS officer Dilraj Kaur. Kejriwal rejects the move, calls Jung "Hitler".
22 December: Jung resigns.
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Updated Date: Dec 22, 2016 21:13:12 IST