Watch: Governor RN Ravi's final moments in TN assembly before his furious walk out!

In the midst of an unprecedented fragility in the ties between Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi and the ruling DMK government, the Governor on Monday made a historical move of walking out of the assembly on its opening day of the first session of the year. It has been reported that it is the first-of-its-kind event where a Governor in Tamil Nadu had walked out from the assembly.

The visuals from the house exhibited a tensed floor after the Governor was accused of deliberately ignoring the sections of the dossier prepared by the government for his customary address. Governor Ravi addressed the assembly amid the protests from the legislators and went on to drew an ire from the ruling party. Slamming the Governor for violating the protocol, Chief Minister MK Stalin brought a resolution against Ravi's address of omitting the key points of his speech. 

Governor Ravi had skipped crucial points and references to Ambedkar, Periyar, Kamaraj, Annadurai, and Kalaignar Karunanidhi from the document and when the Chief Minister pointed it out later, the Governor walked out of the assembly with a stiffed face amid MK Stalin's speech. According to reports, Governor RN Ravi didn't read out the section of 'Dravidian Model' - it said, "This award is a testimony to the dynamic leadership of our Hon'ble Chief Minister and the Dravidian model of development, which is founded on the tenets of social justice and inclusive growth."

The Governor has also left out a phrase that said Tamil Nadu is safe as the law and order in the state is greatly upheld. As the Governor overtly skipped these sections, the DMK legislators voiced their dissent and said that the Governor has broken the protocol. When Chief Minister MK Stalin began to address the house, he pointed out that Governor has deliberately left key sections of the document. MK Stalin said that the Governor has violated the assembly protocol by failing to read out the dossier. 

The Chief Minister also said that the Governor's remarks, apart from reading out the document, must be removed from the assembly records. When MK Stalin apparently said that what the Governor did was wrong and proposed a resolution against the Governor, RN Ravi stood up and walked out the assembly. The visuals from the house shown the final moments of what happened and how the furious move from the Governor unfolded.

In a video that has been going viral, Governor Ravi was seen seated on the Speaker's chair while Speaker Appavu was seen seated next to him. Chief Minister MK Stalin was addressing the house and was proposing the resolution against the Governor's conduct of skipping key points and to remove the unwritten words used by him from the assembly records. In his address, the Chief Minister said the conduct from the Governor was unacceptable. 

The Chief Minister further said, "It's sad that the Governor didn't read out the address prepared by the Tamil Nadu government. The principle of RSS is that Tamil Nadu shouldn't be safe and serene and the Governor is reflecting the same. He is refusing to say Tamil Nadu is safe." When the Chief Minister was proposing the resolution, the Governor was seen talking to his principal secretary and then he called his security personnel and had a brief discussion amid the slogans of 'Long live Tamil Nadu' raised by the DMK legislators. 

When MK Stalin appealed to the assembly to support and pass the resolution against the Governor's address, Governor Ravi stood from the Speaker's chair with a rigid face and furiously walked out of the assembly. When Ravi crossed Stalin's eyes, the Chief Minister threw a smile as the state was closely watching the historical moment. MK Stalin's blow against the Governor in the assembly has become the talk of the town with a flock of Dravidian followers commend and back Stalin as it is perhaps the first time where the Chief Minister moved a motion against the Governor in the latter's presence in the assembly. 

MK Stalin's prompt reaction against the Governor has sparked a statewide trend where the Governor was slammed for acting on the behest of BJP and urged to leave the state. Besides BJP and ADMK, most of the parties including Naam Tamilar and PMK displayed that they are on the same page by opposing Governor's deliberate move of violating the protocol. 

Tweets with the hashtags '#GetOutRavi' and '#GetOutRNRavi' have been outpouring from across and beyond the borders and DMK's IT wing secretary wrote, "Honourable CM Thiru @mkstalin condemned the Governor @rajbhavan_tn for deviating from the approved speech and moved the motion to remove his extra remarks from assembly records! Unable to face the heat and humiliation, Governor walked away midst of the session! #GetOutRavi."