The Kerala Assembly on Thursday passed a resolution against the three farm laws brought by the central government. The resolution says farmers genuine concerns should be addressed and the Centre should withdraw all three farm laws. Tabling the resolution in the Assembly during a one-day special session called for the purpose, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the country is going through a difficult situation and it was the duty of the state government to stand along with the agitating farmers. The CM said that all three laws will only help big corporate houses. He added: "The current situation makes it clear that if this agitation continues, it will seriously affect Kerala. There is no doubt that Kerala will starve if the supply of food items from other states stops."