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Lieutenant-Governor VK Saxena completes 2 years in office

Lieutenant-Governor VK Saxena completes 2 years in office

VK Saxena, Delhi Lieutenant Governor. File photo



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, May 26

Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) VK Saxena commemorated his two-year anniversary in office with a candid reflection on the challenges encountered during his tenure. Saxena, who assumed the role in 2022, acknowledged the complexities of governing a city struggling with regression and stalled progress.

“The last two years since I took over as LG have been challenging. In a city regressing due to various reasons, while we could achieve much visibly, there was much more that got stalled. There is far more that needs to be addressed and healed,” expressed the L-G in a post on X.

Expressing gratitude to the people of Delhi for their support, Saxena’s remarks underscored the complexities of governance in the Capital, where competing interests and ongoing tensions between the L-G’s office and the ruling AAP government have become increasingly apparent.

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