Kerala Governor denies permission for special assembly session against farm laws
Mohammed Khan refused permission to convene a a special Assembly session on December 23 to discuss the three farm laws that had provoked a massive farmer agitation in New Delhi.
Top sources said the Governor had rejected the state government’s recommendation saying there was no urgency for convening a special session.
The Governor had asked the government to provide valid reasons, if any, for convening a special session.
Earlier, the Delhi assembly had rejected all three farms laws, which had turned into a bone of contention, and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal later tore the copies of the bills in the house.
Like Delhi, Kerala has also taken a consistent position from the beginning and announced its decision to move the Supreme Court against these laws.