The fight between Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki and Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa ,took a ugly turn.

A Raj Bhavan press release claimed that some ministers were about to “physically restrain” the Governor.

“Not willing to listen to the Governor, questioning his authority and judgement… Led by Education Minister Tapang Taloh and Transport Minister Jomde Kena, (they) used unparliamentary words and gestured in a very animated and threatening manner… They also virtually threatened to disturb the Assembly session starting from tomorrow. They also were about to physically restrain the Governor when his PSOs swung into action and escorted him to safety,” said the Raj Bhavan press release.

It is all started Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa preponing the Assembly session from January 14 to December 16.