Biography

  Early Life

 

bio

Nabam Tuki was sworn in as the eigth Chief minister of the Arunachal Pradesh state of India on 18 May 2014 by Governor Lt Gen (retired) Nirbhay Sharma, who administered the oath of office and secrecy at the Raj Bhavan in Itanagar. He belongs to the Nyishi community. Nabam Tuki is the Eighth Chief Minister(Seventh person) of the sensitive border state of Arunachal Pradesh.Tuki was public works minister in the outgoing cabinet and also the state Congress party president.

 

His clean image and public connect gave him an edge over his opponents. And with the changing trends and voters sentiments, it’s the performance that wins you an electoral mandate. Development of Arunachal Pradesh speaks volumes of Tuki’s ability as a Chief Minister. 

 

Permanent address

Ompuli village, PO/PS Sagalee, Papum Pare, AP

Present address

Chief Minister's Bungalow, Niti Vihar, Itanagar

Qualification

Graduate

Travel

All over India and abroad

Hobbies

Social service, games and sports, cultural activities, etc.

Special interests

Charitable and social activities

 

 Positions Previously Held 

 political career

 

1

1983 to 1986: President, NSUI, Arunachal Pradesh

2

1984 to 1986: Chairman, North East NSUI Coordination Committee

3

1986 to 1988: General Secretary, All India NSUI

4

1988 to 1995: President, Youth Congress, Arunachal Pradesh

5

1988 to 1993: Vice Chairman, North Eastern Youth Congress Coordination Committee

6

1992: Vice Chairman, A P Cooperative Apex Bank Ltd

7

1993 to 1995: Working President, North Eastern Youth Congress Coordination Committee

8

1995 to 1996: General Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)

9

1999 to 2004: Vice President, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)

10

2004 to 2008: Working President, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)

11

2008 to 2012: President, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)

12

since 2008: Sitting President, Arunachal Cricket Association

 

  Tenure in State Legislative Assembly

 

serving to other

 

 

 

1

First elected to the 2nd State Legislative Assembly in 1995 from 15-Sagalee Assembly constituency. Held the post of Deputy Minister, Agriculture (1995), Minister IFC (1996), Minister TPT & Civil Aviation (1998)

2

Elected to the 3rd Legislative Assembly in 1999. Held the post of Minister, Environment & Forest

3

Elected to the 4th Legislative Assembly in 2004 unopposed. Held the post of Minister, PWD & UD

4

Elected to the 5th Legislative Assembly in 2009. Held the post of Minister, PWD & UD till 30th Octobr 2011

5

Sworn in as the 7th Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh on 1st November 2011 to till this date

6

Sworn in as the 8th Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh on 18th May 2014 to till this date

Media/Archives

Nabam Tuki government to stay for now in Arunachal...Nabam Tuki government to stay for now in Arunachal Pradesh

NEW DELHI, Jan 19 - In a relief to the Congress-ruled Arunachal Pradesh Government, the Supreme Cour [ ... ]

Cong govt in Arunachal strong, functioning effecti...Cong govt in Arunachal strong, functioning effectively: Tuki

ITANAGAR, Oct 31: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today said the Congress government in the state was "str [ ... ]

CM surprised at Guv’s letter to PM on airportCM surprised at Guv’s letter to PM on airport

ITANAGAR, Oct 31: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today expressed surprise at Governor J P Rajkhowa's lett [ ... ]