YSR Congress backs no confidence motion | India News
YSR Congress common secretary and MP V Vijayasai Reddy advised media in Delhi that the occasion would assist the movement. Whereas admitting that the occasion has no presence in Lok Sabha, the MP mentioned that they might again the movement in Rajya Sabha, when the Home takes up dialogue.
Nevertheless, he alleged that the no confidence movement is an enormous drama by the TDP and the BJP. He alleged that the 2 events have a transparent understanding on the difficulty. He cited the refusal of the Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan not admitting the no confidence notices issued 13 occasions by the YSR Congress within the final finances session. “Our notices have been rejected constantly for 13 days within the final session. However this time, the TDP discover was admitted on the very first day of the session, which exposes the nexus between the 2 events,” Reddy asserted.
Two Rajya Sabha members, Vijayasai Reddy and V Prabhakar Reddy held the protest on the Mahatma Gandhi statue within the Parliament Home on Thursday, the second consecutive day, looking for implementation of the bifurcation points and particular class standing. The occasion’s former MPs, YV Subba Reddy and V Varaprasada Rao additionally joined the Rajya Sabha members within the protest.
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In the meantime, YSR Congress MP from Araku, Kothapalli Geetha, who left the occasion lately, met the Lok Sabha Speaker on Thursday and sought time slot for her to talk on the no confidence movement. Whereas it isn’t clear whether or not the Speaker had agreed to provide her time or not, Geetha can be current within the Home in the course of the debate.
One other MP SPY Reddy, from Nandyal, is not going to be attending the Lok Sabha in the course of the debate attributable to well being points. Reddy who was the primary to stop YSR Congress and be a part of the TDP, has been holding away from energetic politics on well being grounds. Even for the no confidence movement, the MP had reportedly determined to avoid the Lok Sabha proceedings.
Nevertheless, the opposite MP from Kurnool, Butta Renuka, who’s energetic with the TDP, can be current within the Lok Sabha and would vote in favour of the movement together with the TDP MPs. Actually, she was a part of the delegation of the TDP MPs who met leaders of the events looking for assist for the no confidence movement in Delhi.