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Tuki led government is stable: Siram

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  18 Oct 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our correspondent

Itagar, October 17: Advisor to the chief minister Bosiram Siram on Saturday while attending a public meeting at Yagrung village has dismissed recent media reports that claimed that the bam Tuki-led government is about to topple owing to a rebellion among party legislators. “There is no chance of change of leadership. Government has taken appropriate action against some MLAs and ministers for their anti party activities and it is the prerogative of the chief minister to drop any minister”, Siram voiced. He further clarified that the present government is stable and fincially sound and has kept transparency in the fincial position of the state which was earlier never known to the public. Due to scrapping down of Planning Commission, by the central government, the release of fund is being delayed which led the situation to spill over, he added.

“The people have given strong mandate to the present government under the leadership of chief minister Tuki and all flagships programs are taking place in full swing. There are a few people who are trying to tarnish the image of the popular government for their vested interest,” Siram told the villagers. Siram also termed the opposition’s demand for imposition of fincial emergency as “illogical and misleading”. Among others who attended the meeting and spoke were ZPC Kaling Dai, chief councilor Denong Tamuk, ZPMs muk Taloh and president City Congress Committee Osi Tatak, Tapun Tarang, and AS chairperson Oman Boko.

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