Eight Things To Know About No Confidence Motion In Parliament Against Modi-Led Govt
No Confidence Motion: A no-confidence motion against the Narendra Modi government was today moved in the Lok Sabha. where the Speaker named all opposition members who had moved similar no-confidence motion notices and said TDP's Kesineni Srinivas would move his motion as his name had come up in the lottery. Lok Sabha to take up discussion and voting on no-confidence motion on July 20.
- A no-confidence motion was moved from at least six MPs seeking no trust vote against the Narendra Modi government.
- Kesineni Srinivas of the Telugu Desam Party was the first to give his no-confidence
- This is the first no-confidence motion against the Modi government.
- Speaker Sumitra Mahajan accepted it.
- Lok Sabha to take up discussion and voting on no-confidence motion on July 20.
- In the parliament, opposition parties can bring a no-confidence motion. This happens when the Prime Minister and his Council of Ministers have lost the support and confidence of the house.
- If passed, the Government is bound to vacate the office and will bring the government down.
- The no-trust motion does not endanger the BJP-led government as it has 273 members in the Lok Sabha.
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