5 facts you need to know about ‘haunted’ Arunachal’s CM Bungalow

5 facts you need to know about ‘haunted’ Arunachal’s CM Bungalow

FACTS | Sept 09, 2020:

The Northeastern region is undoubtedly the 'paradise' of India; it is a pandora full of mystery and unexplored treasure. Apart from being home to a variety of flora and fauna, Northeast India also harbours tons of paranormal hotspots due to its proximity to natures as well as its turbulent past.

Here's all you need to know about the haunted bungalow of the Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister:

#Arunachal's Chief Minister Bungalow in the state's capital Itanagar is infamous for a series of unfortunate incidents that have happened in the past to its occupants, over the course of years; and so it is rumoured to be haunted.

#Former Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu was among the first to occupy this building and had later died in a helicopter crash. His successor Jarbom Gamlin who remained in office only for six months died at a young age of 53 shortly after his resignation.

#After them, another occupant Nabam Tuki was also troubled with political turmoil and was removed from office by the state assembly prompting President's rule over the state. In the year 2016 on February, Kaliko Pul was the first Chief Minister to reoccupy the bungalow after president's rule.

#With much political turmoil in Arunachal State assembly, he too was eventually ousted from office on July 2016. On August 9, 2016, Pul's body was found hanging in one of the rooms with a suicide note. A staff of the Bungalow was also found hanging from the ceiling of an adjoining room just two months later.

#Employees of the Bungalow have reported several 'paranormal activities' in the form of noises and alarm going off for no reason in the middle of the night. In fact, Things have gone so bad that the government of Arunachal Pradesh decided to convert the Bungalow into a State Guest House in 2017.

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