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SC recalls notice to Arunachal Gov

Published on 2 Feb. 2016 12:39 AM IST
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Supreme Court on Monday recalled its previous notice to Arunachal Pradesh Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa for imposing President’s Rule in the state after the Central Government argued against it. The Central Government argued that Governors enjoyed immunity from judicial proceedings.   
SC also issued notices after Arunachal Pradesh’s former chief minister Nabam Tuki appealed President’s Rule in the state and gave the Central Government until Friday to provide copies of all documents and files impounded from offices of the ex-chief minister and parliamentary secretaries to them. The Central Government has also been told to copy the documents into hard disks of computers impounded from the offices of the chief minister, his ministers and parliamentary secretaries.
President Pranab Mukherjee imposed president’s rule in the state amid deepening political crisis in the state on January 24 on a recommendation by Union Cabinet. The Supreme Court issued notices to Governor Rajkhowa and Central Government on January 25 after the Congress, which has the majority in the state, appealed the president’s decision.

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