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Tuki refutes legislator's allegation

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  12 Jan 2016 12:00 AM GMT


Itagar, Jan 11: Aruchal Pradesh Chief Minister bam Tuki has strongly refuted and rubbished the allegations levelled by three MLAs from Tirap and Longding, Thangwang Wangham, Honchun Ngandam and Gabriel D Wangsu of using the NSCN (K) to coerce representatives from Tirap, Changlang and Longding (TCL) to support his leadership.

While terming the allegation as baseless, unfounded, wild and made out of utter frustration, Tuki said that such false and fabricated allegations have been intended to tarnish his political and social image.

He further revealed that he has filed a defamation suit against the trio and legal notices have been served to them through his counsel for defaming him with such cheap and unfounded allegation which on ground holds no water.

Out rightly denying his links with any underground elements, the CM made it very clear that he has been putting all out effort to bring normalcy in these three disturbed districts of the state. Apart from enhancing the yearly allocation to DoTCL, there have been many developmental activities undertaken in the area to channelize the youths to come to the mainstream. He had also been relentlessly taking the cause of granting Autonomous district council to these three districts with the Union Government.

CM further added that he would institute a high level enquiry to unearth the truth so that a clear picture comes out who is involved in what matter.

“Instead of involving into blame games, the misguided legislators should come back to the state and join hands in developmental activities. The people of their respective constituencies are deprived of their leaders to guide them in the process of development” CM emphatically said.

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