Previous Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul conferred suicide on Tuesday morning
GUWAHATI: Kalikho Pul, the Congress rebel in Arunachal Pradesh who was concisely chief minister, has apparently perpetrate suicide. He was discovered hanging in his home.
Mr Pul was Chief minister for around four months after the state was set under President's Rule taking after a progression of emotional advancements that saw the Congress government being voted out by gathering rebels, alongside the restriction BJP.
Last month, the Supreme Court said that the decisions taken between December and March which included placing Arunachal Pradesh under President's Rule were illegal. The judges set the clock back to when Congress's Nabam Tuki headed the government.
The top court also ordered the removal of Mr Pul, who had taken over as Chief Minister in February, supported by other Congress rebels as well as the BJP.
New chief minister Pema Kandu was sworn in days later.
Mr Pul was found hanging at the official Chief Minister's residence, which he had never vacated. Sources say he had asked for time to move out of the home.
After the court order, Mr Pul had said that legally he continued to be the Chief Minister.
Mr Pul was discovered hanging at the official Chief Minister's living arrangement, which he had never abandoned. Sources say he had requested time to move out of the home.
After the court request, Mr Pul had said that legitimately he kept on being the Chief Minister.