Plea before Madras High Court against TN Governor RN Ravi for holding "office of profit" as chairperson of Auroville Foundation

The plea said that the Constitution of India prohibits Governors of States from occupying any office of profit.
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi with Madras High Court
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi with Madras High Court

A Kancheepuram resident moved the Madras High Court on Tuesday against Tamil Nadu (TN) Governor RN Ravi, for holding "office of profit" as chairperson of governing body in Auroville Foundation, while also being the Governor of State [M Kannadasan v UOI & Ors].

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