Previous Arunachal Pradesh chief minister priest Kalikho Pul was discovered hanging at the official chief minister clergyman's habitation in Itanagar on Tuesday.
"The body was discovered staying nearby 9 am by a worker. He may have submitted suicide on Monday night itself," DGP Arunachal Pradesh S Nithianandam told Hindustan Times.
Unverified reports guarantee a suicide note was found in the room where the body was found, and preparatory examination did not uncover any treachery. Police have claimed the body and sent it for posthumous.
The 47-year-old, who held the CM's post for around five months, had left office a month ago after a Supreme Court administering requested expulsion of his legislature. In any case, he hadn't cleared his official habitation.
"It is tragic and truly heartbreaking that youthful pioneer Kalikho Pul is no more with us," ex-CM Nabam Tuki told ANI. "A misfortune for whole Arunachal Pradesh. The Congress family is with his family at this time of distress."
Pul had a place with the Kaman Mishmi tribe and hailed from Walla town in eastern Arunachal Pradesh's Anjaw region — among the most in reverse territories. He won his lady get together decision from the Hayulliang seat in 1995. His portfolios included account, force and wellbeing.
Many supporters of the expired pioneer arranged challenges in the city of Itanagar, claiming treachery. Property was harmed at the place of vice president priest Chowna Mein and stone pelting was likewise reported.
A few supporters likewise blazed a void box in the city, requesting a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigation into the passing. Police and military work force were conveyed in the range to keep the circumstance from heightening.
Pul held the interesting refinement of being the main Congress boss clergyman to be introduced with backing from most outstanding opponents Bharatiya Janata Party.
Arunachal Pradesh had dove into political emergency in November 2015 after 21 of the Congress' 47 administrators opposed then boss pastor Nabam Tuki. The Center forced President's Rule on January 26, and Pul, the pioneer of the Congress nonconformists' group, was confirmed as boss pastor on February 19.