Chief Minister M K Stalin on Tuesday assured that resolutions would be passed against the three farm laws and CAA during the ensuing session of the State Assembly.
Responding to the request of his party MLA Tamizharasi, who sought an Assembly resolution against the farm laws while participating in the debate on Governor’s address, Chief Minister M K Stalin informed the State Assembly that the government would definitely enact resolutions against the three farm laws and CAA.
Remarking that it would be against the tradition of the House to enact such a resolution during the debate on the Governor’s address, the CM said that separate resolutions would be passed against the farm laws and CAA during the ensuing budget session of the House.
The Chief Minister also said the CAA has infused fear among the minorities. Principal opposition party AIADMK had on Monday slammed the government for the CAA and many poll promises of the ruling DMK not finding mention in the Governor’s address.