The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) introduced a no-confidence motion against the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government to force a parliamentary debate on the violence in Manipur. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to address the House shortly. Union Home Minister Amit Shah condemned the opposition for carrying the motion, claiming it created confusion and focused on family concerns. The BJP-led NDA administration will likely win the debate.
Today in the LS, PM Modi will speak on the no-confidence motion
Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi, who initiated the debate, asserted that the INDIA alliance decided to put forth the no-confidence motion against the ruling party to end Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “maun vrat” (vow of silence) concerning the violence in Manipur.
PM Modi will be in Lok Shaba today
Today’s no-confidence motion concerns a heated discussion between the government and the opposition. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will shortly respond to the action in the Lok Sabha. After 4 o’clock today, he’ll most likely address the House. To force a parliamentary debate on the violence in Manipur and other hot-button issues, the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) switched a no-confidence motion against the government of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
Earlier, Rajnath Singh, the Union defense minister, informed the Lok Sabha that “the PM is going to attend the House tomorrow for a response to the no-confidence motion.”
Top points regarding the no-confidence motion
# Both sides engaged in a heated verbal exchange over the past two days. The party in power coalition justified itself by denying the administration’s welfare work as the opposition charged the center of dividing Manipur.
# To break Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “maun vrat” (vow of silence) regarding the violence in Manipur, Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi, who started the discussion, claimed that the INDIA alliance felt obligated to introduce the no-confidence motion against the government. He also claimed that an authority talks about “one India” produced “two Manipurs, one that lived in the valley and the other in the hills.”
# Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, condemned the opposition for carrying the no-confidence motion and causing “confusion.” “The no-confidence motion’s only goal is to create disorientation. They don’t support farmers, the underprivileged, or the outdated. They are only concerned about their family,” he said.
# PM Modi will be in the Lok Sabha today, according to Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
# On August 11, the final day of the monsoon session, the national government agreed to debate the issue associated with the violence in Manipur.
# Even though there will be voting after the discussion, the BJP-led NDA administration will hardly suffer. The BJP alone represents 303 of its 331 Lower House members, far exceeding the majority threshold of 272.
# On the other hand, the INDIA coalition has 144 MPs, and if BRS supports it, that number could rise to 152.
# The Opposition defended their decision to force PM Modi to speak on the Manipur issue even though they knew their chances of winning the motion were minimal. They claimed this would help them win the “combat of awareness.”