Kerala CM Piramayi Vijayan introduces new resolution to be passed in Special session

The Kerala chief minister Piranayi Vijayan passes a new resolution in the special assembly session regarding the new farm laws. He feels that the central farm laws will only help corporates and not the farmers. The Congress criticised the Chief Minister's soft approach towards the governor, Arif Mohammed's denial of permission for the assembly conducted today. The Chief Minister talked about the removal of the MSP, a minimum selling price that worked as a safety net for the farmers. The Congress however has harshly criticized Piranayi Vijayan's approach towards Arif Mohammed who the Congress believes in supporting the central government's farm laws.