The Kerala assembly on Tuesday passed the bill that gives legal validity to the welfare scheme for the workers of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
But on Monday, Satheesan sought a reply from the minister on the poor situation of students who still look for admission in Plus I courses, through a submission.
The CM was responding to Satheesan who sought to know whether there will be any action against the CPM mouthpiece "Deshabhimani" which had published a report featuring it as a genuine inscription.
As many as 97 leaders have been issued show-cause notices by the Congress leadership over their failure to discharge their duties in the assembly elections.
The government found itself on a tight spot when CPM’s K K Shailaja too raised the Plus-I seat shortage through a calling attention motion and urged the government to resolve the issues.
Jacob Easow, a former additional chief town planner, told TNIE that the proposed Bill amending the 2016 Act, if passed, will curtail the freedom of the elected local bodies in planning development.
Though a slew of important bills would be tabled during the 24-day-long session, the House may also witness some stormy scenes over the links of conman Monson Mavunkal with senior police officers.
The state government has issued as many as 45 ordinances at various points of time. Due to the Covid outbreak, the assembly couldn’t pass the bills as the sessions were curtailed.
The chaotic scenes in the state assembly during the budget session in 2015 were circulated widely and left a blot on Kerala’s image.
Reacting to the development, Chennithala said he will continue with his demand for a special prosecutor in the case
The rejection of nomination of BJP candidates in Thalassery and Guruvayur also dented the image of the party among the voters, the committees noted in their report.
The Speaker said it was improper to carry out a discussion in the Assembly on the basis of alleged statements given by accused in a case.
Opposition stages walkout from the Assembly to protest the government's apathy towards the plight of people reeling under economic crisis.
As soon as the minister began speaking during the question hour, the opposition members stood from their seats with slogans like 'resign and go out' and showed protest placards and banner.
The very idea of privilege is colonial and there is mounting pressure across the Commonwealth countries to abolish the ‘special statuses’ for lawmakers