Madras HC dismisses plea to prevent CM, Ministers from referring to Centre as ‘Union’ government


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, July 1 (ANI): The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court on Thursday dismissed a plea looking for direction to stop the Chief Minister and other ministers from using the term “Union Government” rather of Central Government.Dismissing the petition, Justice Sivagnanam defined that the Court can not direct the Chief Minister or his cabinet on the usage.After the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) federal government took charge in the state, the Tamil Nadu federal government refers the Central Government as “Ondriya Arasu” (Union Government). Speaking in the Legislative Assembly, BJP MLA Nainar Nagendran had in fact alleged that the Tamil Nadu governments use of the term Union raises doubts about a “covert program”. On this, Chief Minister MK Stalin had in fact stated that there is absolutely nothing wrong in describing the Centre as the Union federal government.