Tamil Nadu Governor Ch. Vidyasagar Rao has sent a report to President Pranab Mukherjee on the commotion witnessed in the State Legislative Assembly when the motion of confidence was moved by Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami on Saturday last.
Palaniswami had won the vote of confidence by a steep margin amid stormy situation in the House.
The Governor has sent a report to the President and the Centre, sources said without divulging further details.
Meanwhile, DMK working president M K Stalin will call on the President on Thursday evening to present his case on the assembly incidents.
Sources said the DMK leader was also trying for an audience with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
On Monday, the governor got a “factual report” from assembly secretary A M P Jamaludeen on the entire proceedings from the time the House assembled at 11 am on February 18 until it was adjourned sine die around 3 pm.
Raj Bhavan officials said the report by the governor to the president was based on the allegations and report of the Assembly secretary.