After evading the discussion and debate on the No-Confidence Motion in the last session of the Parliament, finally BJP-led NDA is gearing up to face its first-ever No-Trust Motion. While the Speaker has notified that the discussion on the No-Confidence Motion moved by Telugu Desam Party will take place on Friday (July 20), Modi & Co is getting prepared for the crucial debate.
Parliamentary affairs minister Ananth Kumar said the government is ready to face the No-Confidence Motion and said it will win easily as it enjoys a two-third majority in the house.
However, pressure is mounting on BJP to keep its flock together as several of its MPs are disappointed with Modi. At the same-time, all is not well within NDA as parties such as Shiv Sena, JD(U) and others are also unhappy with BJP. Amidst this, the admission of the No-Confidence Motion gains much significance. Opposition parties Congress, TMC, BSP, SP, RDL, DMK, JD(S) are all wanting to make it difficult to BJP-led NDA in the No-Trust Motion.