Top
Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
keyboard_arrow_down
Login
exit_to_app
Going beyond birthday celebration
access_time 18 Sep 2020 6:05 AM GMT
Periyar@142-Revolutionary and Visionary
access_time 17 Sep 2020 11:57 AM GMT
The word of caution from the highest court
access_time 17 Sep 2020 6:31 AM GMT
access_time 16 Sep 2020 5:58 AM GMT
access_time 15 Sep 2020 6:19 AM GMT
exit_to_app
Homechevron_rightKeralachevron_rightGovernor’s speech: a...

Governor’s speech: a win-win situation for all

text_fields
bookmark_border
Governor’s speech: a win-win situation for all
cancel

Thiruvananthapuram: Harking back to two previous incidents of blocking the governor inside the Assembly, the blocking of governor yesterday wasn’t a new one.

Earlier once, a governor was blocked outside as he was returning after the speech in the Assembly.

Opposition always use the governor’s visit as an opportunity to express their discontent with the government.

However, this was the first time in the history of Assembly lawmakers protested against the governor inside the Assembly.

During the reading out of the speech, governors often choose to omit certain portions. However this was the first time a governor openly express disagreement and read out the policies of the government.

A similar incident took place in 1974, when the opposition LDF blocked the Governor N.N Wanchoo seeking the expulsion of corrupted ministers.

In 1995, the opposition blocked the Governor B Rachayya demanding resignation of K. Karunakaran government.

In both the incidents, the governor was ushered in through the speaker’s chamber.

In another incident in 1997, congress lawmaker George Eden blocked Governor Sukhdev Singh as he was leaving after policy speech.   

 

    

Show Full Article
TAGS:
Next Story