Chennithala writes to guv, wants delimitation halted | Thiruvananthapuram News - Times of India

Source: The Times of India - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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70% Conservative


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Policies:

Government Interference
Universal Healthcare
Public Education Spending
Government Spending
Assisted Suicide

Sentiments

50% "With the government approving the draft of the bill for the delimitation of wards and since it likely to be presented before the assembly ..."
-58% "Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala wrote a third letter to governor Arif Mohammad Khan against the government's plan to go ahead with the delimitation process ..."
-65% "This directive is applicable to all wards in state, said Chennithala.""
-70% "Similarly, the fourth finance commission had made it clear that the delimitation of wards should not be carried out if elections are due in ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

50% : Thiruvananthapuram:
50% : With the government approving the draft of the bill for the delimitation of wards and since it likely to be presented before the assembly session beginning on January 30, Chennithala sought Khan's intervention once again.
42% : Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala wrote a third letter to governor Arif Mohammad Khan against the government's plan to go ahead with the delimitation process in local bodies.
35% : This directive is applicable to all wards in state, said Chennithala.
30% : Similarly, the fourth finance commission had made it clear that the delimitation of wards should not be carried out if elections are due in one year.

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