Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 23: The Congress-led opposition on Monday slammed the brand new discovered ‘friendship’ between Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan and the Pinarayi Vijayan authorities because the customary Governor’s tackle was significantly gentle on the Centre.
“This clearly shows that there has been a patch up between the Governor and CM Vijayan, and the Centre is also a beneficiary. The much debated difference of opinion that prevailed seems to be swept under the carpet and it is because of an alleged patch up deal,” mentioned V D Satheesan, Leader of Opposition, Kerala Assembly.
“What is surprising is the softness shown towards the Centre in the address. Likewise the claims put forward in the address are nothing but a bluff. It speaks of media freedom, which is a big joke here. Then comes about giving a clean chit to the police force, which is totally a false one as everyday reports of the nexus between the police and criminals are out in the newspapers.
“Moreover, the plan implementation with only a quarter left for the current fiscal to finish stands at an appallingly poor 47 per cent… and tells the entire story,” mentioned Satheesan.
Incidentally, issues weren’t alright till the primary week of January when it was a free for all between CM Vijayan and Governor Khan. This modified for the higher, when Khan agreed to swear-in Saji Cherian and shortly got here the information that the Vijayan authorities will go ahead with the customary Governor’s tackle within the Assembly.
The Vijayan authorities was earlier mulling to increase the Assembly session that was held in December into the New Year and thereby snub Khan.
But, after Governor Khan and not using a whimper of protest agreed to Saji Cherian swearing-in, a patch up passed off.
Kerala Guv’s Assembly tackle indicators patch up as its gentle on Centre: Cong IANS 23 January 2023 Post Your Comments
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