SC seeks reply of Centre, Kerala governor's office on state govt's plea alleging delay in granting assent to bills
The Supreme Court has asked the Centre and the office of Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan to respond to a plea by the state government accusing him of not granting assent to several bills. The court also issued a notice to the Attorney General, asking for assistance in the hearing. The Kerala government claims that the governor is delaying the bills, which is "defeating the rights of the people". A similar plea has been filed by the Tamil Nadu government.
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