Describing the imposition of President's Rule in Uttarakhand as a "murder of democracy", ousted Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki on Sunday said the Narendra Modi government is trying to destabilize democratically elected non-BJP governments in the country."They have successfully experimented with my democratically elected government in Arunachal. They have succeeded with their dirty political game plan in Uttarakhand. They will surely target other non-BJP governments in other states," Tuki told IANS."They are adopting these dirty political game (President's Rule) realizing that people are no longer supporting them after they failed to implement their tall electoral promises," he said.
"The people have outrightly rejected them (BJP) in Bihar. I don't see much that people in Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Puducherry would give the BJP a chance to rule after Modi totally failed to deliver 'ache din' (Good days) and for their divisive politics," Tuki said.Tuki, whose Congress government was dismissed by imposition of President's rule on January 26 after 21 party legislators revolted against him, accused the BJP of disrespecting the constitution."They overthrow my government citing breakdown of law and order. Similar steps were adopted against the Harish Rawat-led government in Uttarakhand. Are they following rules outside of the constitution?" he asked.