Kiren Rijiju: Congress to blame for crisis in Arunachal Pradesh


NEW DELHI:  On Thursday the Union Home Ministry clean hands off the current political crisis in Arunachal Pradesh, conveying it was an effect of the Congress’ interior problems. Conveying to a short period argument on “developments in the States of Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh foremost to change in the administration there and the role of Governors in the respective States”, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju has also further conveyed that the Opposition was deceptive the House by stating that RSS pracharaks had been appointed Governors.

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He conveyed that the Centre was not party to what had happened in West Bengal. Kiren Rijiju has also further conveyed that, the difficulty in Arunachal Pradesh originated from the differences within the Congress. The Congress had former demanded that the reply to the debate be postponed to Monday so that Home Minister Rajnath Singh could respond. Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad conveyed Rijiju is supposedly the main architect of the crisis in Arunachal Pradesh. Rijiju could reply to the debate that, deputy Chairman PJ Kurien and members of other parties. He also further conveyed adding that, the Minister, in his talking, denied his involvment in the issue. If anybody has to apologise on the issue, it is the Congress. Congress orator insisted an announcement by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and conveyed what happened in the two States was a brazen violation of Constitution.

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Congress Deputy Leader Anand Sharma has also further conveyed that, what happened in Arunachal late previous year, followed by Uttarakhand in January this year shocked the country and invited censure of the Supreme Court and High Court of Uttarakhand. “Sack that Governor. He has also further conveyed that, if he carry on to hold the post you are insulting the Constitution. Many associates demanded that the posts of Governors should be done away with and Article 356 in the Constitution must be lost. He also further conveyed that, urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu the Congress does not have any moral right to raise the issue. “It has misused Article 356 at least 90 to 100 times…Such party is giving sermons.