New delhi sources stated that after the kerala assembly passed a resolution seeking withdrawal of the citizenship amendment act, bharatiya janata party mp gvl narasimha rao said that chief minister pinarayi vijayan should resign and say that he does not have trust in the Constitution. Meanwhile when asked about the resolution passed by the kerala assembly, Rao said, "CAA is a central law passed by both Houses of Parliament. Furthermore if you are passing a resolution against it that means you are making a mockery of the indian Constitution through which you are the chief minister.
Apparently in this case, pinarayi vijayan should resign from the (state) government and say I don't have trust in the Constitution". Perhaps before the resolution was passed against the Act, Vijayan in a special assembly session targeted RSS and said that citizenship law is part of an agenda. He alleged "The caa is part of an agenda. muslims are being considered as internal enemies by RSS, who is controlling the ruling dispensation at the Centre".
Moreover cornering the bjp and RSS, Vijayan read a portion of a book by madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar and alleged that the "RSS is following ideas of Hitler". Perhaps the resolution moved by the chief minister earlier in the day was supported by all other parties except bjp that has a lone member, O Rajagopal, in the Assembly. Finally when moving the resolution, Vijayan said, "The Citizenship (Amendment) Act of 2019 has sparked great agitation across the country. university students, workers, employees and public figures, including people from all walks of life, have come out in strong protest. Hence this form of religious discrimination has created a false impression in the international community about our country."