Arunachal CM submits resignation to Governor

With the new government all set to form in Arunachal Pradesh, the Cabinet of the Sixth State Legislative Assembly was dissolved on Sunday. Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu in Sunday evening called on Governor Dr BD Mishra and submitted the resignations. He was accompanied by Deputy CM Chowna Mein during the meeting.

Meanwhile, the Governor Mishra after accepting the resignations, requested Pema Khandu to continue holding respective offices till the formation of the new government.

The BJP has won 41 seats in the 60-member Arunachal Pradesh Assembly. The Assembly elections were held for 57 seats as three BJP candidates were declared elected unopposed. BJP had also won both the Lok Sabha seats in the State.

Earlier, the Cabinet in its last meeting observed two minutes silence to mourn the untimely death of Late Tirong Aboh and ten innocent lives.

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