No-Trust Debate: Despite lacking in numbers, the Opposition has brought the No-Confidence Motion to compel the Prime Minister to speak on Manipur.
As the debate on the No-Confidence Motion – moved by the Congress against the BJP-led Central government – enters its second day, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is expected to speak in parliament today.
It has been admitted by the Opposition, which has brought the No-Confidence Motion despite lacking sufficient numbers that it was a way to force Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak on Manipur during the monsoon session.
There will be four Union Ministers speaking in Lok Sabha today – Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani, and Jyotiraditya Scindia. According to Kiren Rijiju, who participated in the debate yesterday, the Opposition will regret bringing the No-Confidence Motion given India’s current international status.
On Thursday, the Prime Minister will respond to the debate. Yesterday, he presided over the BJP’s Parliamentary Party meeting ahead of the big vote. As a dig at the INDIA alliance, the Prime Minister reportedly said that this was not a vote to express distrust in the government, but rather a test of trust between opposition parties. He reportedly said, “It’s a test of their internal trust.”
PM Modi has regularly attacked the opposition bloc for calling itself INDIA, accusing them, especially the Congress, of trying to whitewash their past record as the former United Progressive Alliance or UPA. Rahul Gandhi, who was reinstated to parliament yesterday, is expected to speak tomorrow.
There was earlier speculation that the senior Congress leader would begin the debate on the no-confidence motion backed by the Opposition bloc INDIA. It was Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi who initiated the debate when the House met.
In order to break Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “vow of silence” on Manipur, ‘INDIA’ was forced to bring the No-Confidence Motion against the government. According to him, a government that talks about “one India” has created “two Manipurs — one living in the hills and one living in the valley”.
On Monday, Amit Shah accused the opposition of avoiding a debate on Manipur during a discussion on the Delhi Services bill. The question is what steps the government is taking in Manipur, not a show of strength through voting. If you want voting, I dare you to defeat this bill through voting.” he said.
Protests by the Opposition have continuously disrupted the session since it began on July 20. According to the opposition, the Prime Minister’s attention should not be diverted by the 170-plus deaths, injuries, and displacements of thousands since the ethnic violence broke out in May.
As a result of major violence in Manipur in 1993 and 1997, the government argues that no statement was made in the Parliament in one case and a statement was made by the junior home minister in the other case.
There are currently 539 members of the Lok Sabha who will vote on the motion, with 270 constituting the majority. BJP alone has 301 votes, while its allies have 31 more. KCR’s BRS, YS Jagan Reddy’s YSRCP, and Naveen Patnaik’s BJD have combined strength of 70, while the opposition INDIA alliance has 143. YSRCP (22) and BJD (12) are also expected to support the government.
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