Nabum Rebia elected Speaker of Arunachal Pradesh Assembly
Itanagar: The Arunachal Pradesh Assembly today unanimously elected veteran Congress MLA Nabum Rebia as Speaker and Tsering Norbu Thongdok as the deputy.
All members cutting across party line elected Rebia, a former Rajya Sabha MP and Parliamentary secretary (Planning) in the previous government.
Tumke Bagra (BJP), who filed nomination along with Thongdok for the post of Deputy Speaker, later withdrew from the race.
Chief Minister Nabam Tuki while congratulating both Rebia and Thongdok expressed hope that both the leaders would live up to the expectation of the members and ensure justice and equal rights to all the members.
Rebia and Thongdok in their remarks asserted to uphold the dignity of the post by living up to the aspirations and expectation of the members.
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