New Delhi: As the Supreme Court mulls over the imposition of President's Rule in Arunachal Pradesh, shocking details have emerged on the reasons cited by Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa for dismissal of the CM Nabam Tuki.
As per a report in The Indian Express, Rajkhowa in his report to the Centre said that he had his family feared for their lives, while also accusing the CM of playing communal politics.
The Governor also cited the repeated blockade of the Raj Bhavan and threats that it will be burnt down while he and his family were inside.
Rajkhowa also alleged that members of the Tuki cabinet had joined protesters in sacrificing a Mithun cow outside the gates of the Raj Bhavan.
Claiming that a number of public organisations had approached him seeking a CBI probe against 'corrupt' Tuki, Rajkhowa alleged that CM Tuki had encouraged government officials to take on the office of the Governor.
Making another serious charge against Tuki, the Governor said that three dissident MLAs had told him that they were pressurised by terror outfit NSCN (K) to support Tuki.