APCC seeks ouster of Pema and Mein

From Our Correspondent

Itagar, Feb 10: Days after the contents of the 60-page note of former Chief Minister Kalikho Pul were revealed, the Aruchal Pradesh Congress Committee demanded the resigtion of Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Deputy Chief Minister Chow Mein to facilitate free and fair investigation into the allegations.

However, the APCC came to the rescue of former Chief Minister and Congress leader bam Tuki and claimed that Pul indicted him out of frustration after losing in the Supreme Court. Further reacting to the series of allegation against Pema and Mein, the APCC said that state would not be secure under such politicians.

On Pul’s claims that he was uble to accomplish Parliamentary Secretary P D So’s demand for Rs 10 crore in cash and that he was given Rs 4 crore on July 11, 2016, the APCC asked So to respond to the allegations, and return the Rs 4 crore to the family members of Pul.

“The political leaders are habitual dissidents, who always look for their persol political benefit”, said the APCC. It also questioned the integrity of Minister Dr Mohesh Chai and Pul’s wife, and said that they have compromised for their positions as MLA and minister.