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CPI mouthpiece Janayugom accuses Kerala’s governor of boosting BJP’s presence in state

By wasmulhaq 
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Thiruvananthapuram: As per an editorial in the Communist Party of India (CPI) mouthpiece Janayugom, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan is attempting to make up for the BJP’s lack of representation in the state with his position. 

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“Arif Muhammad Khan, who was elected governor of Kerala on the Sangh Parivar platform, is once more taking political positions and working to undermine the state’s administration. The editorial said that he had previously attempted to use Raj Bhavan as a political forum.

There are several instances of people attempting to use force against the government without understanding that doing so is a constitutional privilege with severe restrictions. The Governor failed to sign 11 ordinances and declared them invalid. 

It stated that yesterday’s invalidation of 11 significant ordinances, including the Lokayukta Amendment, was brought about by “unnecessary obstinacy.” The ordinances were in effect until Monday at midnight. The pre-existing laws will take precedence when the ordinances have been repealed.

It is crystal evident that the governor is engaging in nasty politics. The article went on to state that Arif Mohammad Khan has once again demonstrated the futility of the governorship.

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The governor declared on Tuesday that he wouldn’t just sign government-submitted ordinances at random. 

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