Pul had come to power after 12 MLAs supporting then chief minister Nabam Tuki joined his camp.
Kalikho Pul, 46, became the eighth chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh in February 2016. Having lost his parents at an early age, Pul went on to learn carpentry, sell furniture and serve as a casual night chowkidar at Rs 212 per month. He also sold paan and beedi to attend a night school.
Pul was general secretary of his college union for all the three years he was there. He won on a Congress ticket in 1995 and went on to become a minister. In fact, he served as a minister for 22 of his 23 years as MLA.
More details are awaited.