Tuki govt stable and sound: Siram
There is no impending threat to the Nabam Tuki government in Arunachal Pradesh if Bosiram Siram is to be believed. Attending a public meeting at Yagrung village on Friday, the chief minister’s adviser said no revolt would be able to topple the Tuki government. “There is no chance of change of leadership.
The government has taken appropriate action against some MLAs and ministers for their anti party activities. This is the prerogative of the chief minister to drop any minister,” said Siram.
He said the Tuki government is stable and financially sound. According to him, the tradition of financial constraint was earlier not known by the public as the government used to keep it confidential but this government made it public saying that every person should know the financial position of the state.
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