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Saturday, 04 February 2023 10.43 AM IST

Anti-superstitious bill not to ban current religious practices

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The anti-superstitious bill might be introduced in the assembly session which will be convened next week. The bill is carefully drafted so that it does not touch the current religious practices in worship centers. The draft of the bill, which is brought to prevent the exploitation of people using evil practices, will be examined by the Cabinet, today.

In the coming assembly session, important bills including the bill to remove the Governor from the Chancellor position of universities will be tabled. The draft of the most important five bills have been prepared. The University amendment bill will be introduced on December 5 itself when the assembly session is scheduled to begin.

The Speaker can decide on the activities of the house on the first day. For the rest of the days the committee will decide on the agenda for the day. The committee includes the leaders of parties.

The government had convened this special session in order to pass the University amendment bill that is aimed at clipping the powers of the Governor.

Today’s Cabinet will also consider the draft of the third Cooperative amendment bill brought to prevent the mismanagement of the cooperatives and bring in extensive reforms.

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