THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala meeting on Thursday unanimously handed a decision demanding the fast repeal of the three central farm legal guidelines which have triggered a marathon agitation by farmers. The lone BJP member within the 140-member House, O Rajagopal, defended the agri-marketing legal guidelines through the debate however didn’t oppose the decision.
“I overtly expressed my variations of opinion concerning the decision through the dialogue, however didn’t oppose it since fashionable sentiment within the House was to cross it unanimously. I stood with the democratic spirit and normal consensus,” Rajagopal stated.
He backtracked later, issuing a press release during which he denied supporting the decision. The speaker didn’t ask the members in the event that they opposed the decision and that was why he remained silent then, the BJP legislator stated.
Moving the decision through the particular session that governor Arif Mohammad Khan gave his assent to after a lot coaxing, CM Pinarayi Vijayan stated Kerala can be the worst-hit state if the agitation continued. This is as a result of not like different states, Kerala imports its grain.