Kochi: Governor Arif Mohammad Khan is angry with the Kerala government's move to the top court against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Khan says that the state government cannot go to such apex court without discussing them, because CAA is not an issue of the state government.
It is noteworthy that the Kerala government has passed a resolution in the Legislative Assembly against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) implemented by the central government, as well as the Supreme Court. State Governor Arif Mohammad Khan says that the role of the governor has been shown very clearly in the constitution, according to the constitution, my job is to serve the people of Kerala. Also, it is necessary to monitor whether the state government is working according to the law or not.
Mohammad Arif Khan questioned how the state government can go to the Supreme Court without permission. The governor has asked for a report from the Kerala government on this issue. He has said that CAA has no problem with the NRC's opposition. But this is not the case of the state government. He said that he is not sitting to defend the BJP on any issue.