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Stalin takes dig at Guv, accuses Raj Bhavan of functioning like BJP office

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Chennai: Amid differences between the ruling DMK and the Raj Bhavan over a host iof issue, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K.Stalin has alleged thatn Governor R.N.Ravi was functioning like a BJP funcationary and that Raj Bhavan is like functioning as BJP office.

Talking to reporters on Mondya, he said the Governor’s remarks and actions gave the impression that he was a functionary of the party and that the Raj Bhavan was functioning
like the BJP office.

Alleging that the Governor’s office had been issuing factually incorrect statements on many
issues, the Chief Minister, when asked about the hurling of petrol bom,bs at the gates of
Raj Bhavan a couple of days back, said the bomb was not hurled inside the Raj Bhavan
and it only fell on the road.

The State police has issued a comprehensive clarification on the action taken over the
incident, and proved with CCTV footages from the area.

However, on the contrary, the Governor’s office had issued a statement giving the
impression that the petrol bomb was hurled at the Raj Bhavan. “It had fallen on the
road,” he pointed out.

Asserting that police had acted swiftly and took action against the culprit, Mr Stalin
assured that there would be no compromise on the maintenance of law and order
in the State.

“When such is the case, the statements given by the Raj Bhavan on every issue
are not only wrong, but also incorrect,” the Chief Minister said, justifying his claim of
Raj Bhavan acting as the BJP’s office.

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