Guv delivers policy address amid UDF protests
Guv Arif Mohammed Khan important of new farm laws, meddling by Central agencies.
UDF legislators staging dharna in front of the main entrance resulting in the Assembly after boycotting the Guv’s address to the Assembly on Friday.
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Governor Arif Mohammed Khan critical of new farm laws, meddling by Central firms.
The budget session of the Kerala Assembly began on Friday with the policy address by Governor Arif Mohammed Khan, in the middle of motto shouting and a walkout by the Congress-led Opposition UDF.
Bearing placards, UDF members raised slogans implicating Speaker P.Sreeramakrishnan and the Chief Minister’s office of participation in the gold smuggling racket Ignoring the protest, the Governor started his discussion. Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala increased to speak however Mr.Khan continued his address. “Do not interrupt me. I am only performing my constitutional responsibility,” Mr. Khan said.
The Opposition members led by Mr.Chennithala boycotted the Guv’s address and trooped out. They later on staged a sit-in at the primary entrance of the building. The only BJP lawmaker O.Rajagopal stayed in the Home.
In his policy address, the Guv said the brand-new farm laws were intended at helping monopolies and would be harmful to the interests of customer states like Kerala. He likewise implicated Central firms of hindering flagship jobs in the State.
Mr.Khan also laid out the accomplishments of Kerala in managing the Covid situation, the social well-being procedures released by the federal government and efforts for infrastructure development and task production in various sectors.
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