Kerala government slammed for allowing relaxation; Is this vote-bank politics? | The Newshour Debate

Today, on The Newshour Debate with Pranesh Kumar Roy, tune into a discussion over the Kerala state government covid norms controversy. In light of the Sabrimala festival and Bakrid, the state governments have relaxed several norms, despite rising cases in the state. The IMA earlier warned the state against flouting the curbs for the festivals of EID in light of the upcoming third covid wave. The Vijayan government has been asked to cancel the relaxation or face court. The opposition has also come up to blame this action as a vote bank political tactic. On this, Sebastian Paul, Former MP, CPI, states that the Covid situation in Kerala is still very alarming, but no government can shut the people inside for a long time. Watch the debate!

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