by IANS |
Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 12 (IANS) The spat between Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan and the Pinarayi Vijayan government is likley to worsen with the CPI-M planning to convene the state Assembly next month.
By calling for a fresh assembly session in December which will spill over to January, the CPI(M) will succeed in preventing Khan from delivering the customary Governor's address.
Asked whether it is a "game plan", Party state secretary M.V.Govindan on Saturday told the media that all such things are decided by the government.
The next eagerly-awaited event will take place on Tuesday when the CPI-M and its one lakh supporters lay a siege to Khan's residence.
In response, an unfazed Khan asked them not to wait till Tuesday for the protest.