Madras High Court dismisses plea seeking disqualification of TN Governor RN Ravi for holding office of profit

The Court said the Governor enjoys immunity from being questioned by a High Court since Article 361 of the Constitution states that the Governor is not answerable to court for acts done in discharge of official duties.
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi with Madras High Court
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi with Madras High Court

The Madras High Court Thursday dismissed a petition seeking disqualification of Tamil Nadu Governor TN Ravi from the post for holding "office of profit" as the chairperson of governing body in Auroville Foundation, while also serving as the Governor of State [M Kannadasan v UOI & Ors].

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