Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan addressing the gathering during the silver jubilee celebrations of Kerala Assembly building.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday in a veiled attack on Governor Arif Mohammed Khan said that it remains a fact that there had been a delay in getting the nod for bills passed by the legislative.
“Even when we take pride in the achievements of the government, it is hard not to mention the prolonged delay we face in getting approval for certain bills passed by the legislative assembly,” the CM said.
He made the statement in the speech delivered on the occasion of the silver jubilee celebration of the Kerala Assembly building. Interestingly, Khan himself and Vice President Jagdep Dhankar were also present on the dais.
He further pointed out that there is growing criticism over the overindulgence of the three branches of the Indian constitution (Legislature, Executive, and Judiciary) in each other’s affairs.
“These are not encouraging trends," he highlighted.