Were made to sign resignation letters: Arunachal Pradesh MLAs

The MLAs alleged that they were made to sign on resignation letters to ensure that they did not withdraw support to Chief Minister Nabam Tuki.

Guwahati | Published: October 7, 2015 4:11:57 am

TWO CONGRESS legislators of Arunachal Pradesh, whose resignations were accepted by the Speaker through a notification last week, have alleged that they were made to sign on resignation letters on September 16. They also appealed to the Speaker not to accept the resignation letters.

Gabriel Denwang Wangsu and Wanglam Sawin, in separate letters to the Speaker written on October 1, alleged that they were made to sign on resignation letters to ensure that they did not withdraw support to Chief Minister Nabam Tuki. The two requested the Speaker not to accept the resignation letters “if submitted to you by anybody on our behalf”.

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