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it grew further.In what appears to be a repeat of what transpiredbetween Jung and Kejriwal Baijal was often accused of stalling projects and playing a puppet of the BJP government at the Centre 31 January 2017: Opening its arguments in a case where it challenged the Delhi High Court verdict giving all administrative powers to the Lieutenant Governor the AAP government said that it doesn’t want full statehood for Delhi but more administrative powers A “democratically elected government can’t be subservient to the L-G" it said 30 March 2017: Baijal orders recovery of Rs 97 crore from the AAP which was "splurged" on ads 6 April 2017: The VK Shunglu committee report claims nepotism to financial irregularities in AAP government Following it Baijal cancels office allotment to the party which the Delhi chief minister termed as "politically motivated" 5 May 2017: AAP moved the Delhi High Court against L-G order to recover Rs 97 crore allegedly spent by the Delhi government on ads 30 August 2017: Kejriwal says that there should be no politics over mohalla clinics and urged Baijal to sort out objections over the matter across the table Forty-five AAP MLAs had camped at the L-G office for several hours insisting that Baijal clear the Mohalla clinics file an act his office termed as "laying siege" to the office of a "constitutional functionary" 4 September 2017: The L-G approves Delhi government’s ambitious mohalla clinics proposal with certain riders a week after a run-in with the AAP dispensation over the alleged delay in giving nod to the scheme 25 September 2017: Firing a fresh salvo Kejriwal attacked Baijal for "stalling" the mohalla clinics file "at the behest of the BJP" 5 October 2017: Kejriwal hit out at Baijal saying he is "an elected CM not a terrorist’ hitting out at Baijal for "opposing" a Bill to regularise guest teachers in Delhi Registering his objection Baijal had said that matters relating to ‘services’ fall beyond the legislative competence of the Legislative Assembly of the National Capital Territory of Delhi and that the proposed legislation was not in accordance with the Constitutional scheme 2 November 2017: Supreme Court says Delhi L-G enjoys supremacy over state govt but should not sit on files for too long 20 February 2018: Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash alleges of being assaulted at Kejriwal’s residence A group of IAS officers met Baijal and demanded that an FIR be registered and the culprits are arrested 10 June 2018: In a clarion call Kejriwal exhorted party workers with the slogan ‘L-G Delhi Chodo’ (L-G Quit Delhi) as the ruling Aam Aadmi Party announced a city-wide campaign for full statehood to Delhi 11 June 2018: Kejriwal accuses the Delhi bureaucrats of skipping meetings called by him and his ministers He claims that IAS officers were "on a strike for four months" and it was being "orchestrated by the PMO and coordinated by the L-G” Seeking L-G’s intervention in the matter Kejriwal and several other AAP ministers arrive at L-G’s residence seeking an appointment with Baijal in order to end IAS officers strike but are refused AAP ministers camp inside his house refusing to leave until Baijal agrees to meet 17 June 2018: The Delhi IAS Association holds a press conference refuting Kejriwal’s claim Referring to the alleged assault on Prakash by AAP legislators in Kejriwal’s residence on 19 February 2018 the association claimed that they fear for their safety in front of elected representatives 20 June 2018: AAP calls of the dharna inside Baijal’s residence 4 July 2018: The Delhi Supreme Court gives its verdict on who is the administrative head of Delhi With inputs from agencies Click here to follow LIVE updates on AAP-LG power struggle President Obama said that if he could run for a third term he thinks he would win while calling for African leaders to adhere to term limits during a historic speech before the African Union “I actually think Im a pretty good president I think if I ran I could win But I cant” Obama said in Ethiopia on Tuesday ” Theres a lot that Id like to do to keep America moving but the laws the law” President Obama addressed his third term viability while calling on African leaders to step aside when their terms end on Tuesday During his speech the first by an American president before the African Union Obama said when a leader “tries to change the rules in the middle of the game” in order to stay in office it puts a nation’s stability and the future of Democratic progress across the continent at risk Obama specifically noted recent elections in Burundi where President Pierre Nkurunziza won a third term The United Nations has said those elections occurred in an environment that was not “not conducive for an inclusive free and credible electoral process” according to the Associated Press ” The point is I dont understand why people want to stay so long Especially when theyve got a lot of money” Obama said Tuesday during the final stretch of his historic trip to two African countries “And sometimes youll hear a leader say Im the only person who can hold this nation together If thats true then that leader has failed to truly build their nation" Though Obama admitted he thinks he’s done a good job at the helm something about 49% of Americans agree with according his most recent CNN approval ratings he didn’t hesitate to list off the freedoms he’ll gain back when he leaves office “Im looking forward to life after being president” Obama said “I wont have such a big security detail all the time It means I can go take a walk I can spend time with my family I can find other ways to serve I can visit Africa more often” See Scenes From Obama’s Africa Trip President Barack Obama flanked by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (top left) and African Union Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma (top right) arrives to deliver remarks at the African Union in Addis Ababa on July 28 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters President Barack Obama delivers a speech to the African Union in Addis Ababa on July 28 2015 Evan Vucci—AP Delegates react to remarks by President Barack Obama at the African Union in Addis Ababa on July 28 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters President Barack Obama shakes hands with farmer Gifty Jemal Hussein after seeing her corn during a tour of Faffa Food in Addis Ababa on July 28 2015 Evan Vucci—AP President Barack Obama laughs at the hair nets the members of the press have to wear during a tour of Faffa Food in Addis Ababa on July 28 2015 Saul Loeb—AFP/Getty Images President Barack Obama reviews a marching band during a welcome ceremony at the National Palace in Addis Ababa on July 27 2015 Tiksa Negeri—Reuters President Barack Obama receives flowers from children with Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn as he arrives at Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa on July 26 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters Kenyan traditional dancers sing as they wait to entertain President Barack Obama upon his arrival to board Air Force One for his departure to Ethiopia at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi on July 26 2015 Daniel Irungu—EPA The crowd surges toward President Barack Obama as he greets the audience after his remarks at Safaricom Indoor Arena in Nairobi on July 26 2015 Jonathan Ernst—Reuters President Barack Obama delivers a speech during at Safaricom Indoor Arena in Nairobi on July 26 2015 Sun Ruibo—Xinhua Press/Corbis The crowd cheers as President Barack Obama arrives to speak at Safaricom Indoor Arena in Nairobi on July 26 2015 Saul Loeb—AFP/Getty Images President Barack Obama stands in silent tribute after laying a wreath at the August 7th Memorial Park to pay tribute to the victims of the 1998 bombing at US Embassy in Nairobi on July 25 2015 John Okoyo—Xinhua Press/Corbis People wave US flags before President Barack Obama’s motorcade arrival in Nairobi on July 25 2015 Georgina Goodwin—AFP/Getty Images President Barack Obama and his Kenyan counterpart Uhuru Kenyatta leave after a joint 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