List of Governors of Delhi



List of Governors of Delhi



28 Dec 2016
Sl. No.Name of GovernorsFromTo
1Aditya Nath JhaNov 1, 19661970
2M.C. Pimputkar19701971
3Baleshwar Prasad19711974
4Krishan Chand19741978
5Dalip Rai Kohli19781979
6JagmohanFeb 19801981
7Sundar Lal Khurana1981Sep 1982
8JagmohanSep 1982Mar 1984
9Shri P.G. Gavai, I.A.S.April 1984Nov 1984
10Mohan M.K. WaliNov 1984Nov 1985
11Harkishan Lal KapoorNov 1985Aug 1988
12Romesh BhandariAug 1988Dec 1989
13Arjan SinghDec 1989Dec 1990
14Markandey SinghDec 19901992
15Prasannabhai Karunashankar DaveMay 4, 1992Jan 4, 1997
16Tejendra KhannaJan 4, 1997Apr 20, 1998
17Vijai KapoorApr 20, 1998Jun 9, 2004
18Banwari Lal JoshiJun 9, 2004Apr 9, 2007
19Tejendra KhannaApr 9, 2007July, 2013
20Najeeb JungJuly 2013December 22, 2016 (Resigned)
21Anil Baijalpresent


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