Tamizhgam Row: Effigy of Governor burnt in Tamil Nadu, posters of ‘Getout Ravi’ seen, know the reason for the controversy – न्यूज़लीड India

Tamizhgam Row: Effigy of Governor burnt in Tamil Nadu, posters of ‘Getout Ravi’ seen, know the reason for the controversy

Tamizhgam Row: Effigy of Governor burnt in Tamil Nadu, posters of ‘Getout Ravi’ seen, know the reason for the controversy


demand for the removal of the governor

The effect of the controversy arising out of the Governor’s address is now visible on the streets. TPDK workers staged a protest in Coimbatore on Tuesday. He demanded the removal of Governor RN Ravi from his post by the central government. TPDK workers protested against the Governor’s walkout from the assembly and the mention of Tamizham in his speech.

Protest over Kazhagam dispute

Protest over Kazhagam dispute

Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi said in his address that instead of ‘Tamil Nadu’ ‘Tamizhgam’ would be a more appropriate name for the state. For which the protestors also burnt the effigy of the governor. Amidst this controversy, posters saying ‘Getout Ravi’ were also pasted in Valluvar Kottam and Anna Salai areas of Tamil Nadu.

What is the reason for the dispute?

What is the reason for the dispute?

Governor RN Ravi addressed the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly on Monday. His speech was prepared by the Stalin government. But the governor omitted some parts during the speech. The governor read out the paragraph from the address that mentioned Periyar, Ambedkar, Kamarajar, Perarignar Anna, Karunanidhi and Muthamizh Arignar Kalaignar. In the same paragraph of the speech, praise for the Dravidian model of governance was also written, in which there were references to secularism. Apart from this, Tamil Nadu was described as a paradise of peace. Now Governor RN Ravi is being accused of deliberately not reading this paragraph completely.

CM had expressed regret

CM had expressed regret

CM MK Stalin also expressed regret over the omitted part of the Governor’s speech. During this there was an uproar in the House. While during this, Governor Ravi kept on giving his speech. He later walked out of the House after questions were raised on his address to the government. After which now the protest against him has deepened.

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