Governor Arif Mohammad and CM Vijayan
The ongoing dispute between the Kerala government and Governor Arif Mohammad Khan regarding the pending bills was heard again in the Supreme Court today. During this, the Supreme Court asked sharp questions to Governor Arif Mohammad Khan. The Supreme Court asked the Governor what he was doing with the bills pending for two years. He said that just as the Governor has constitutional accountability, similarly the Court has accountability towards the Constitution and the public.
During the hearing, the Supreme Court said that the constitutional officials of the state should be allowed to show some political foresight. Along with this, the Supreme Court has given permission to the Kerala Government to amend the petition. The Supreme Court will now consider making guidelines for taking decisions on the ordinances of the Governors.
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‘Governor should study the decision’
Earlier on November 24, the Supreme Court had suggested to the Governor that the Governor of Kerala should study the judgment issued by it, in which the Court had laid down the powers and duties of the Governor regarding bills sent by the State Assemblies for his assent. Details have been given.
Controversy going on regarding pending bill
Let us tell you that the Supreme Court is hearing the petition filed by the Kerala government regarding the ongoing deadlock on eight bills. These bills are pending with the Governor. The Kerala government had approached the Supreme Court accusing Governor Arif Mohammad Khan of approving the passed bills. The government says that because of the Governor, the rights of the people of the state are being violated.
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