Tag: Lt Governor Of Delhi

New LG New Problem –Baijal Seeks Action Against Fake Twitterites

[New Delhi]New LG New Problem –Imposters on Twitter .Baijal Seeks Action Against Fake Twitterites
A day after Delhi LG Anil Baijal’s office sought action against his imposters on Twitter, the microblogging site Twitter has suspended five such accounts while “legal action” has also been initiated,
Police have also written to Twitter seeking log details of these accounts. They had done so much before the Lt Governor’s directions came,
“We had already asked Twitter to close the fake accounts operating in LG Anil Baijal’s name before the directions came from his office,” As per Delhi Police .
“As soon as the information about the accounts came to notice, Twitter is requested to close them.
Several of these fake handles, active since Baijal was appointed to the post on December 28, were putting out misleading posts critical of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his government.
On January 1, the LG’s office made its Twitter debut with the handle being @LtGovDelhi. Over 2,600 people are following it as of now.

Anil Baijal To Replace 20th LG Najeeb Jung

[New Delhi]Anil Baijal To Replace Najeeb Jung In Delhi
Former top IAS officer Baijal Is 21st LG Of Delhi
Career bureaucrat Anil Baijal was today appointed as the new Lt Governor of Delhi, a post which has fallen vacant after sudden resignation of Najeeb Jung.
70-year-old Baijal, a 1969 batch IAS officer, had served as Union Home Secretary under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government besides holding key positions in other ministries.
The President accepted the resignation of Jung and also ordered for appointment of Baijal, who will be the 21st Lt Governor of the national capital.
Baijal had retired from service in 2006 as Secretary, Urban Development Ministry. He is a former vice chairman of Delhi Development Authority.
Baijal was actively associated with the designing and roll-out of Rs 60,000 crore Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) launched by the Manmohan Singh government.
The former bureaucrat was also on the executive council of the think-tank Vivekananda International Foundation, several of whose former members have been appointed to senior positions by the Modi government including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.
Jung had submitted his resignation on December 22, ending a nearly three-and-half-year-long eventful tenure, mostly marked by bitter confrontation with AAP government