Kerala Guv warns CM, ministers over remarks that lower dignity of his office

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Arif Mohammad Khan I Photo: Mathrubhumi

Thiruvananthapuram: Governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Sunday cautioned Chief Minister and cabinet ministers over their remarks targeting him and his office. In a tweet shared, he warned that strict action would follow if state cabinet ministers and CM issued statements that "lower the dignity of the office of the Governor."

“The CM and Council of Ministers have every right to advise Governor.But statements of individual ministers that lower the dignity of the office of the Governor,can invite action including withdrawal of pleasure,” the tweet read.

Meanwhile, Arif Mohammed Khan demanded the list of teachers who have completed 10 years of service at Kerala University, MG University, Kannur University, University of Calicut and Cochin University of Science and Technology to be appointed as temporary Vice Chancellor at Kerala University. The tenure of the Kerala University Vice Chancellor will expire on October 24.

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