Itanagar, Apr 15 (UNI) Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu today hinted that he would recommend the party high command to initiate disciplinary action against his predecessor Gegong Apang for making statement against the state government.
Mr Apang yesterday in a statement termed Mr Khandu's claim on various achievements under his government as 'ludicrous' and said that the state had made tremendous progress during his long 23-year tenure as the chief minister.
Addressing a press conference here this evening, Mr Khandu while terming the statement as unfortunate disclosed that he would recommend to the high command for disciplinary action against Mr.
Apang if such mud-slinging continues. '' I am talking the language of opposition, disowning the achievements and legacy of the Congress governments both in the state and the Centre and that I am preparing the ground for leaving the party,'' the chief minister said adding, '' the fact is that Apang is jealous of the achievements of the present government and he is the person who had betrayed the party on several occasions.'' '' Arunachal is on the move. I would only request Apang not to put a spanner in the all-out efforts of the Centre and the present government to develop Arunachl speedily and join us in our endeavours,'' Mr Khandu added.
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