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Kerala Governor skipped just three lines of speech, sparked controversy

Kerala Governor P Sathasivam has sparked the controversy due to his joint house speech in Kerala Assembly.

On Monday, the Governor addressed the Joint House on the first day of Kerala’s budget session, but in his address, he skipped the lines criticising Modi Government and the RSS.

According to the news reports, the Governor skipped just 3 lines in the 89-minute speech, which led to a big controversy. After his speech, when the copies were distributed, it was discovered that he had left the three lines in his speech in which Modi government and the RSS were criticized.

After the matter came into light, the ruling party accused the governor of appeasing the Modi government and on the other side, the Congress also targeted him. However, the Bharatiya Janata Party said that Governor has right to make changes in the speech on his own accord.

Earlier in his speech, the Governor said that Kerala is the state with best law and order, however, some communal forces launched a month-long campaign on false grounds. Kerala has been described by the United Nations as one of the states where human resource development rate is the highest.

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