“NEW DELHI: In a landmark judgment on Wednesday, the Supreme Court said thatArunachal Pradesh governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa’s decision advancing session of the state assembly by a month is violative of the Constitution and is liable to be quashed.
The court also directed the status quo ante in Arunachal Pradesh as it prevailed on December 15, 2015.

The Supreme Court said all steps and decisions taken by the legislative assembly pursuant to governor’s December 9, 2015 order are unsustainable and liable to be quashed.

The court’s ruling has paved the way for restoration of the Congress government in the state.” ( Extract from report of Times of India)

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