On Tuesday, members of the Narendra Modi government and the Opposition fought in Parliament over motion of no confidence. Parliamentarians grilled the prime minister in response to the no-confidence movement. The newly formed INDIA coalition aims to force debate on the Manipur crisis. Opposition leaders demanded that Modi had not visited Manipur and waited 80 days to speak out on the issue.
The debate focused on the collapse of the National Security Advisor, Home Department, and state administration to address the Manipur crisis. Opposition leaders referenced former BJP chief Atal Bihari Vajpayee and called him PM of “rajdharma.” Congress leader Rahul Gandhi did not speak on Tuesday, drawing criticism from the ruling party. The debate involved discussions on Prime Minister Modi’s “secret talks” with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. The argument ended around six o’clock, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi will probably respond on August 10.
A contentious discussion about motion of no confidence proceeds in Parliament
Gogoi expressed grave concern that a government talked about “one India” producing “two Manipurs, one living in the hills and the other in the valley.”
INDIA was proficient at pressuring the administration to address the Manipur issue
Amid discussion about a motion of no confidence, members of the Narendra Modi government and the Opposition fought in Parliament on Tuesday. The newly formed INDIA coalition does not anticipate successfully overthrowing the government, but it will force debate on the present Manipur crisis. However, during the day, both factions engaged in name-calling and made accusations against one another.
Parliamentarians quizzed PM Modi
Parliamentarians grilled the prime minister in response to the no-confidence motion, which originated by Congressman Gaurav Gogoi. The opposition leaders demanded why Modi had not yet visited Manipur and had waited about 80 days to speak out on the issue. They have also reiterated their calls for Chief Minister N Biren Singh to get fired.
The debate’s main points in both houses:
# Gogoi, a member of Congress, alleges that the National Security Advisor, the Home Department, and the state administration collapsed to address the Manipur problem.
# The fact that an administration that talked about “one India” generated “two Manipurs, one living in the hills and the other in the valley,” according to Gogoi, was a cause for serious concern.
# During the debate, opposition leaders referenced seasoned BJP chief and former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and recalled the PM of “rajdharma.”
# Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, retained his position in the Lok Sabha but did not speak on Tuesday, drawing jabs from the ruling party.
# The Congressman also made mention of Prime Minister Modi’s “secret talks” with Speaker Om Birla of the Lok Sabha in the latter’s office while inquiring whether the information must become public.
# “This no-confidence action arrived at the wrong time and with the wrong strategy. Later, the Congress party will rue its actions,” said Union Minister Kiren Rijiju in the Lok Sabha.
# The foundation of this motion is “Bete ko set karna and Damad ko gift dena,” according to BJP MP Nishikant Dubey, who was speaking about Sonia Gandhi.
# A total of two hours got to the YSRCP, JDU, BJD, BSP, BRS, and LJP, divided based on the number of MPs from each party present in the House. Around six o’clock, the discussion was over. On August 10, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will probably respond.