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first_imgdisqualifiedItanagar/New Delhi, Dec 15 (PTI) The face-off between Arunachal Pradesh Governor J P Rajkhowa and Chief Minister Nabam Tuki over attempts to remove the Speaker escalated today with the latter terming the move to advance the assembly session for the purpose as “illegal” and declaring no Congress MLA will attend the proceedings.The matter also resonated in the Rajya Sabha with Congress disrupting the proceedings, raising questions over Rajkhowas decision and seeking his dismissal, inviting sharp reactions from the treasury benches.Meanwhile, 14 rebel Congress MLAs behind the move for Speaker Nabam Rebias removal were disqualified from the Assembly today, a day ahead of its winter session which would take up the impeachment motion notice served by 11 BJP and two independent members.The 14 included Deputy Speaker T N Thandak who was to conduct the business of the House on the impeachment motion.Led by former minister Kalikho Pul, 21 Congress MLAs out of the total 47 in the 60-member House have raised a banner of revolt against the leadership of Chief Minister Tuki for the last three months.”The move is intentional and politically motivated to dislodge the democratically elected Congress government in the state by the Constitutional head of the state whose prime duty is to look after the welfare of the state and its people,” Tuki said in a hurriedly called press conference in Itanagar this evening.He said till now the members have not received any official communication from assembly secretariat regarding advancement of session.”Since no official formalities were observed to notify the session and no member were informed officially till date, the commencement of the session is illegal and we have decided not to attend it,” he said.advertisementGovernor Rajkhowa had a few days ago issued orders for convening the three-day Winter Session from December 16 to 18, modifying the earlier order of summoning the House from January 14 to 18.Tuki with his ministerial colleagues met Rajkhowa this evening and requested him to reconsider his decision to avoid “serious law and order situation”.”Despite our request, the Governor was reluctant to cancel his order saying since he has already issued the order it is the duty of the assembly to implement it,” Tuki said quoting Rajknowa.Rajkhowa later alleged that some ministers who called on him to request him to withdraw the order advancing the session used “unparliamentary language”.”They used unparliamentary words and gestured in an animated and threatening manner against the Governor when they, along with Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, met him today,” a Raj Bhawan communique said.The Governor said they have legal option to challenge his order.Raising the issue soon after the Rajya Sabha assembled for the day, Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad alleged the Governor was “interfering” with the activities of the state government and the Legislature over summoning of Winter Session of the assembly and “deciding” its agenda “without the state government requesting for it”. More PTI UPL NN SPG AMR SK SKlast_img read more