THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three UDF MLA’s has started indefinite fast at Kerala Assembly as the LDF government are raising fees of the private medical colleges in the state.
The name of the MLA’s has been identified as Shafi Parambil and Hibi Eden (both Congress) and Anoop Jacob (KC-J). A dharna was also started by K M Shaji and N Shamsuddin (both IUML) at the doorstep of the Kerala Assembly.
The protest was also joined by Former chief minister Oommen Chandy, Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala and other UDF MLAs.
During the protest, the opposition members hold the banners and demanded the scraping of the agreement. They even entered into the well of the House and encircled the Speaker's podium raising slogans.
Youth Congress Activist protested against the police action in front of the Secretariat yesterday. They also ordered withdrawal of the controversial statement by Chief Minister Pinarayi against the YC stir.
The House likewise saw warmed contentions between the Opposition and the treasury seats when Speaker denied authorization for Chennithala to talk amid the Question Hour, refering to Assembly runs the show.
At the point when the Zero Hour started, Chennithala affirmed the Opposition would not permit the administration to proceed with the present understanding came to with private school administrations.
Naming as "haughty" the disposition of the legislature on the issue, he said "this won't be acknowledged at any expense."
He likewise needed the administration to find a way to end the "misuse" of understudies by the self-financing school administrations.
Alluding to the announcement by Vijayan that the individuals who waved dark banners against him as a component of the YC dissent were "employed by TV channels", Chennithala said this comment ought not have been made by a man holding the position of Chief Minister.
As the challenge proceeded notwithstanding amid the Zero Hour and the Opposition individuals not about-facing to their seats, Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan took up alternate business of the days' plan without level headed discussion and dismissed the House for the day.
This is the second back to back day the Assembly was being suspended in front of calendar taking after Opposition dissent over the private restorative school issue.
In the mean time, Kerala Union of Working Journalists today took solid exemption to the questionable explanation of Vijayan and said the comment was "appalling" and "fanciful".
The three MLAs are proceeding with their quick regardless of the intermission of the get together.