Chennai : Tamil Nadu Governor R.N.Ravi today greeted Chief Minlister M K Stalin completion of one year in office of the ruling DMK. In a letter to the Chief Minister, he said on successful completion of the first year of your stewardship of the Government of Tamil Nadu, I extend my warmest greetings and best wishes to you and your colleagues in the Government”. He said “I am confident that under your dynamic leadership, the people of Tamil Nadu would be happier and prosperous. The State would gain newer heights of glory and lead the country in its all inclusive forward march in the Azadi Ma Amrit Kaal (The Golden Quarter Century of our Freedom). “I wish and pray for your good health and long innings in public services”, the Governor said. The Governor greeting Stalin on the occasion comes in the backdrop of the Raj Bhavan forwarding the NEET exemption Bill, adopted in the Assembly for the second time, to the Union Home Ministry for getting the Presidential assent, which was disclosed by the Chief Minister in the State Assembly a couple of days back. Earlier, Stalin was highly critical of Raj Bhavan condemning the delay in forwarding the Bill for Presidential assent. The Governor greetings also comes in the backdrop of the Tamil Nadu Assembly adopting Bills seeking to appoint Vice-Chancellors of the 13 State-run Universities by the Government, instead of the existing practise of being appointed by the Governor, thereby clipping the powers of Raj Bhavan.