The attempt by telangana chief minister and president of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi, K chandrasekhar Rao, to challenge state governor Tamilisai Soundararajan's right to refuse to sign measures passed by the state assembly has failed. The telangana administration filed a petition with the supreme court accusing the governor of causing a "Constitutional deadlock" by stalling on a number of bills approved by the state legislature.

The indian supreme court, according to Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, cannot send a notice to the governor requesting an explanation for her decision to veto the state legislature's passed measures. "We cannot send the governor notices and ask for her response. The CJI stated that the Union government will merely be given notice and set a hearing on march 27. Tamilsai, according to India's Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, is a constitutional functionary. He speculated that she might have gotten the invoices and would answer when she thought it was suitable.

Tushar Mehta stated that the court cannot issue notifications even to the Center when Justice Narasimha, a member of the CJ bench, concurred with him and stated that notices cannot be issued to the Governor. Senior attorney Dushyant Dave requested the court to take note of the Solicitor General, who is arguing on behalf of the Center, while he was speaking for the state government.

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