Tamil Nadu Governor R N Ravi has returned payments despatched to him by the federal government for his assent and the state is all set to get them handed once more in a particular sitting of the Meeting on November 18.
Chatting with reporters at Tiruvannamalai, Speaker M Appavu stated a particular sitting of the Meeting can be held on Saturday.
On the aim of the particular meet, he stated he has learnt that Governor Ravi has returned to the federal government a number of payments despatched to him for his assent.
The state authorities intends getting such payments adopted once more instantly, and therefore the Meeting will meet on November 18, he added.
The DMK regime has not too long ago approached the Supreme Courtroom accusing the Raj Bhavan of sitting over payments handed by the Meeting.
At the very least 12 payments have been pending apart from, 4 official orders and a file associated to the untimely launch of 54 prisoners. The variety of payments returned to the federal government by Governor Ravi isn’t clear. The Meeting had been adjourned sine die in October.
The apex courtroom on November 10 had termed as a “matter of great concern” the alleged delay by Governor Ravi in giving assent to payments handed by the Meeting. It sought the Centre’s response on the state authorities’s petition accusing the Raj Bhavan of “sitting over” 12 payments.