Tuki, who is presently camping in the national capital, told a news agency over phone that he has full faith in the judiciary.
"I have full faith in the judiciary and would act as per the constitutional provisions," Tuki said, adding as per the court's verdict, the decision of former Governor to prepone the Assembly session was "unconstitutional" and the status of his government would remain unchanged.
Hailing the apex court's verdict, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) President Padi Richo said, "It was the victory of the Constitution and the people".
The apex court in its order said Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa's decision advancing the state Assembly session by a month is violative of the Constitution and liable to be quashed. All the five judges of the Supreme Court bench were unanimous in setting aside the Governor's orders.
The verdict restores the political status quo in the northeastern state as of December 15, 2015. The bench headed by Justice JS Khehar said the "clock should be turned back" in Arunachal Pradesh.
The Congress government led by Tuki was dismissed after 21 MLAs rebelled against him. The leader of the dissident faction, Kalikho Pul, was sworn in as Chief Minister on February 19 with the support of Congress rebels and 11 BJP lawmakers.

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