He also informed that more incriminating documents will be released in the coming days on deep-sea fishing fiasco.
Pinarayi also took a jab at Rahul Gandhi saying he was a good tourist and him venturing into the sea with the fishermen will help the tourism sector.
The MoU was against the government’s fisheries policy.
The satyagraha will be held at Vizhinjam on Saturday from 9am to 1pm which will be inaugurated by former chief minister Oommen Chandy.
Also, he doesn’t have any right to sign such an MoU with a foreign firm.
Chennithala challenged Pinarayi, claiming that even if he locks all documents with four seals, he will bring them out.
Deep-sea trawling row: Chennithala stages 'satyagraha', demands resignation of Kerala fisheries minister
The Opposition Leader alleged that the fisheries and industries ministers have put all the blame on the officials so that they can go scot-free.
Proof of engagement with EMCC, coastal hartal force it to scrap entire C5,000-cr agreement
The UDF has also decided to rally behind the fisher folk’s protest on Saturday.
He said the government had only partially withdrawn the agreements.
If the project is materialised, it would affect the lives of the residents of coastal areas.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala on Monday came up with fresh evidence to prove the government’s involvement in the deal.
Chennithala released the letter written by principal secretary K R Jyothilal to the central external affairs joint secretary seeking credentials of the US firm, 3 months before ASCEND 2020 was held.
Responding to the allegation, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said neither the government nor any government department had signed such a contract.