THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPI(M)-led LDF authorities in Kerala on Monday determined to convene a special session of the state assembly on December 23 to focus on the three contentious farm laws enacted by the Centre not too long ago.
The choice on this regard was taken on the cupboard assembly chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan this morning.
The cupboard additionally determined to suggest to the Governor to convene the special session, CMO sources instructed PTI.
Finance Minister (*23*) Isaac in a tweet stated: “Kerala cabinet decided to convene a special session of the legislative assembly on 23rd December before the scheduled session to discuss and reject the controversial farm laws. Kerala in total solidarity with the farmers struggle.”
The special session is being convened within the backdrop of 1000’s of farmers, particularly from Punjab and Haryana, tenting at numerous borders of Delhi for nearly 4 weeks demanding the repeal of the three agricultural laws as their talks with the federal government representatives remained deadlocked.
The farmers are apprehending that the brand new laws will pave the way in which for a dismantling of the Minimum Support Price mechanism and the mandi system, leaving them to the “mercy” of huge corporates, which the federal government insists are misplaced.