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Govt of Kerala decides to recommend Guv to convene a meeting from 5 December

The Kerala government on Wednesday decided to recommend to the governor to convene the state assembly meeting from December 5.

The decision was made during a daytime cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan here, a CMO statement said.

The cabinet decision comes in the wake of ongoing battles between the left-wing government and Governor Arif Mohammed Khan over several issues and an ordinance removing him as chancellor of universities in the state pending his approval.

A government source said there were also several bills pending at the assembly.

The session is also being convened after the governor failed to sign two controversial bills – the University Laws (amendment) and Lok Ayukta (amendment) – passed by the assembly in August. This issue is also expected to be discussed in the upcoming session, the source said.

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