Tamil Nadu governor is going in opposition to Charter: Duraimurugan newsfragment.com

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu minister Duraimurugan on Tuesday accused governor R N Ravi of going in opposition to the Charter, pronouncing that the Centre will have to no longer be a spectator to the ‘game.’
He was once responding to queries at the Raj Bhavan’s statements and grievance to the Chennai police over petrol bomb assaults terminating age. The police brushed aside the fees outright.
Duraimurugan mentioned regardless of how prime an individual was once in a democratic nation, he should office in keeping with the Charter.
“It is wrong to say that because they are occupying high positions, they will not follow the Constitution. If such people say so, how will the common citizens abide by the law?”
The DMK normal secretary mentioned the “trend” was once no longer excellent and it was once no longer proper for the Union executive. High Minister and House minister will have to no longer stay onlookers to it.

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