Assembly Introduces Bill to Replace Governor As Chancellor Of Kerala Universities

Left government presented controversial University Laws Amendment Bill . Bill would replace Governor Arif Mohammed Khan with a top-notch academician in any of the states colleges .

Thiruvananthapuram (India): The Left government in Kerala presented the controversial University Laws Amendment Bill to replace Governor Arif Mohammed Khan with a top-notch academician in any of the state's colleges, according to Law Minister P Rajeeve, who said the bill would not survive unless it was introduced in the House of Commons as the new legislation is implemented in accordance with the state law and the Pinarayi Vijayan government's instructions.That means that the government has the ability to choose someone based on their feelings in the top job.According to Mr Satheesan, the government should withdraw the current bill and present one new one after resolving the problems and seeking consensus from the opposition.The bill also stated that the Chancellor's office would be an honorary position and that the opposition's headquarters would be located there.To ensure that his office is running smoothly, the University will employ such officers and staff as may be required.

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