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Sunday, 29 March 2020 3.16 AM IST

Governor violated law at first, any disagreement should be informed to Speaker: P Sreeramakrishnan

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Speaking to Kaumudy TV in its program 'Straight Line', P Sreeramakrishnan, the Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly, said the Governor violated the law first.

"If a governor is having a difference in opinion to the resolution passed in the Assembly, he should inform that to the Speaker in writing. It is there in Article 175 (2) of the Indian Constitution. The resolution passed by the Kerala Legislative Assembly against the CAA is not unconstitutional. If a governor is having a difference in opinion to any bill passed in the Assembly, the Speaker should be informed in writing. I haven't received this. The governor violated the law at first", Sreeramakrishnan said.

Kerala governor Arif Mohammad Khan came up with harsh criticism towards the resolution passed by Legislative Assembly against the CAA. The governor also said the government didn't seek his permission to approach the SC. The governor needs to give a policy speech at the Legislative Assembly with only a few days left to the budget presentation. Now the Speaker's remarks against the government to spark debates in Kerala politics. The program will be aired on Kaumudy on Sunday at 9.30 pm.

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