The Kerala High Court will hear petitions against the government’s decision to make Kovid a negative certificate for expatriates to come home. Shaheer filed a petition for Dubai KMCC. The petitioner says that there are no such conditions outside Kerala. A petition filed by Reji Thakurman has also been heard by the court. But the government says no one can be allowed to travel without a certificate of inspection. At the same time, the UDF is stepping up its protest against the stand taken by the central and state governments in bringing back the diaspora. As part of this, Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala will be fasting in the secretariat.
KPCC President Mullappally Ramachandran will inaugurate the event at 9 am. Former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will also attend the closing session, which will be held at 5 pm. However, the Center says that the Vandebharath mission will only expatriate migrants after a health check. The Union Ministry of External Affairs has responded to Kerala’s demand for a verification certificate. But there is no definitive answer to the need for a COVID negative certificate. The state’s new promise is that Kerala will intervene in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Oman in countries where there is no testing facility. But we also need permission from airlines and embassies.
Even when there is a hint that the center will continue to operate in the Vandebharat, the charter flight will be a crisis for those who arrive. The state is of the view that it should have a negative certificate from tomorrow. It is clear how the state will ship to all countries. The only problem is the return of positive people when True Nat checks in.