Day 3 Of No-Trust Debate In Parliament, PM’s Reply Today

Day 3 Of No-Trust Debate In Parliament, PM's Reply Today
Day 3 Of No-Trust Debate In Parliament, PM's Reply Today

A no-confidence motion brought by the opposition parties to corner the government over violence in Manipur will be answered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.  

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Two days ago, the Opposition accused the government of creating a great divide in Manipur in the parliament. Focusing primarily on its welfare work, the government has defended its actions.  

Rahul Gandhi questioned yesterday why Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not visited Manipur. In the midst of loud protests from the Treasury benches, he said, “The Prime Minister has not gone to Manipur because he does not consider it a part of India. The BJP has divided Manipur.”  

In terms of fighting Covid and drugs, Union Home Minister Amit Shah presented a report card. Further, he clarified that the government was addressing the violence in Manipur and alleged that the no-confidence motion was intended to mislead the public.  

According to Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, the Prime Minister will appear in the Lok Sabha on Thursday to respond to the no-confidence motion. In parliament, the Opposition demanded that the Prime Minister address the Manipur issue.  

On August 11, the last day of the Monsoon Session, the centre agreed to discuss Manipur violence. The opposition, however, does not accept the date.   The National Democratic Alliance (NDA), which has 331 members in the Lok Sabha, is expected to win the no-trust vote. With 303 MPs in the Lower House, the BJP has a majority of 272.  

If the INDIA alliance wins nine votes from the BRS, its tally could reach 152 MPs. Additionally, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s YSRCP and Naveen Patnaik’s BJD have 70 members combined. The BJD does not support the no-trust motion.  

In response to the opposition’s demand, the government asserted the Prime Minister would not address the House on Manipur. In their view, the no-trust motion will help them win the “battle of perception” by cornering the government and forcing the PM to address the issue in parliament.  

A no-confidence motion is a strategic parliamentary tool that the opposition can use to express its dissatisfaction with the government. This requires the ruling party or alliance to prove its majority in the House. The government falls immediately if it loses its majority.  

No-confidence motions have been moved 27 times in Lok Sabha, but all have been defeated or remained inconclusive. During votes of confidence, which are moved by the ruling dispensation to demonstrate its strength, governments have fallen at least three times.

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