Basic Introduction of Arunachal Pradesh Cm
Pema Khandu Arunachal Pradesh Cm is the son of a former Chief Minister and has twice changed party affiliation while in office. He was first with Congress before becoming part of AAP, then BJP
When Pema became CM he announced that his cabinet would be solely made up of Indigs due to “anti-people policies” implemented by past governments
Pema Khandu, the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh since July 2016 and son to former CM Dorjee Khandu. He began his political career with service as minister for Tourism (2007-09), Urban Development & Water Resources in Nabam Tuki’s cabinet from 2009 until 2012 when he resigned over differences regarding allocation on exploiting natural resources that are finite but still abundant like oil or gas reserves within their geographical areas under control.
This lead him not being rehired by new Congress Party leadership despite winning elections again due largely because there was no opportunity given then about how these policies would affect constituents’ livelihoods once elected into power – especially if things go wrong during preplanning stages where all future decisions should be made without
Personal life of Arunachal Pradesh Cm
Khandu, the eldest son of former Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu has a long history with Tibet. After he lost his father in an accident on 30 April 2011 when they were flying over Tawang to visit their constituency office there; it was only natural that this would bring back memories for him and feel deeply affected by what happened during those days leading up until then – especially since Khandu himself had grown up going into these mountains every day as part-time work so many years ago before deciding later down life path not return again after coming across new opportunities elsewhere (away from home).
Arunachal Pradesh Cm Career in Indian National Congress
Khandu as Cabinet Minister for Water Resource
After his father’s death, Khandu was named Cabinet Minister for Water Resource Development and Tourism in the state government. He won the uncontested Mukto constituency seat on 30 June 2011 as an Indian National Congress candidate.
After the political crisis that hit Arunachal Pradesh in 2014, Khandu was elected to be its new Chief Minister. He took oath on 17th July 2016 at the age of 37 years following a year-long wait with all Congress members voting for him as their leader and chairperson while he won by a unanimous decision among others including Nabam Tuki who served previously from 2005 until his retirement last month ahead of elections due next year which will also decide state legislature party leadership roles too–the timing being so important given recent tensions between New Delhi and Shillong over border disputes.
Youngest Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh
Khandu became the youngest Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh in 2014 at the age of 37. He was re-elected unopposed for his second term as MLA from Mukto constituency earlier this year after successfully completing an Assembly session last week with a full legislative council present to witness it all happen to live!
Peoples Party of Arunachal
On 16 September 2016, 43 MLAs from the ruling party defected to the People’s Party of Arunachal. The CM Pema Khandu is a strong ally for BJP and these defections have strengthened their position in North-east India while strengthening Indian National Congress elsewhere.
Arunachal Pradesh Cm in Bharatiya Janata Party
In December 2016, Khandu became the second Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh after People’s Party leaders suspended him from the party along with six other MLAs. He proved majority on the floor by BJP’s support and became a partaker in state politics again after going into hiding during elections to protect himself from political murder inquiries launched against them for their involvement in an illegal mining scandal where 24 people had lost their lives while plundering land belonging Kolkata-based NGO ‘Humane Society International India’.
In 2019, BJP’s Khandu emerged victorious in Arunachal Pradesh by winning 41 out of 60 seats to be sworn as Chief Minister. His party ran on a platform focused primarily around economic development and employment for all Indians after India Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the state “deprived” while touring through it earlier this year during his election campaign ahead of national polls later next month.
The opposition parties were quick to criticize what they say is yet another example illustrating why people do not trust politicians with growing hunger among Indian populations despite recent efforts from central authorities who have increased food subsidies since the 2010s following severe Food Riots (1906-1920) which left more than 20 million dead or starving due political turmoil before World War.
What is the meaning of Kandha?
Note: Kandha means “to breakthrough” or “penetrate”