Thiruvananthapuram: The assembly session has been postponed to Monday. The move comes amid mounting COVID outbreaks increased in the state.
Meanwhile, a special cabinet meeting will be convened on Monday. A decision may be made on Monday on whether the state needs a complete lockdown again. Earlier on Monday, the assembly was scheduled to convene. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister has called an all-party meeting on Friday. Meanwhile, opposition members have come out against the adjournment of the Assembly.
However, the majority members of the cabinet are of the opinion that there is no need for a complete lockdown at the moment.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had yesterday stated that a complete lockdown would have to be considered in the backdrop of increasing COVID cases in the state.