Comprehensive immigration law necessary for job security, Pinarayi Vijayan

Comprehensive immigration law necessary for job security, Pinarayi Vijayan

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that comprehensive immigration law is necessary for the job security and welfare of those going abroad for employment.

He was speaking at the inauguration of the Europe-UK Regional Conference of the Loka Kerala Sabha in London.

Various expatriate organizations have brought this to the attention of the central government. Pinarayi Vijayan said that the state government has also conveyed the same opinion to the central government.

The Loka Kerala Sabha is a widely recognized democratic system.

The Loka Kerala Sabha is a platform where the proposals that are helpful for the development of Kerala are discussed in a representative manner using the experience of expatriates from Kerala to various parts of the world.

The Government is seriously considering the suggestions from the Loka Kerala Sabha. Pinarayi Vijayan said that the government is trying to find solutions to the problems of Malayali Expatriates all over the world as a common problem in Kerala.

Government policy is not to send everyone abroad. The government aims to create developments with more job opportunities in the state itself.
Pinarayi Vijayan stated that the aim is to make Kerala a hub of higher education by empowering the education sector.

In the regional conference, the Chief Minister also requested the ideas and support of expatriates to create more employment opportunities in Kerala's industrial sector.

Regional meetings aim to discuss the unique problems of expatriates in different areas and increase expatriate cooperation and interactions.
The aim is to listen to the problems of the expatriates in addition to the common issues of the different land groups. This is the second conference of its kind held in London. The first regional conference was held in UAE in 2019.

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