Arunachal Pradesh Government and Politics



Arunachal Pradesh government and politics is avidly followed by everyone interested in the state of Indian politics. Arunachal Pradesh is an extremely significant border zone and therefore Arunachal Pradesh government and politics is of grave significance to the holistic betterment of the Indian state. The national parties dominate the Arunachal Pradesh politics, whereas a unicameral legislative along with a modest but highly effective council of ministers look after Arunachal Pradesh government.

Arunachal Pradesh Government



Arunachal Pradesh government involves the functions of a unicameral legislative body. The legislative council is formed of 60 members of the legislative assembly. They are the very center of the government and politics of Arunachal Pradesh. The governor Nirbhay Singh is the legislative head of the state and Nabam Tuki is the Chief Minister. The executive of Arunachal Pradesh also includes a council of ministry with 11 cabinet ministers. Various secretariat and directorate wings smoothly carry out the functions of the various government departments. They are also involved in the planning and the execution of various government projects in the state of Arunachal Pradesh.

Arunachal Pradesh Politics



Arunachal Pradesh politics is largely woven round the three parliamentary constituencies and the 60 state assembly constituencies of the state. Arunachal Pradesh politics involve the participation of many a national level party. Indian National Congress (INC) and Bharatiya Janata Party are the two most important national level parties in the state. There are not many significant state level parties in the state, excluding the armed outfits of certain fringe cessationist groups. Arunachal Congress is the biggest state level political party in Arunachal Pradesh.



Last Updated on : September 15, 2014


     


     

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