Opposition to move no confidence motion against Modi government

New Delhi, July 17: The leader of Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge on Tuesday said all the opposition parties have agreed upon bringing a vote of no confidence against the Narendra Modi government in the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament. 

“All opposition parties have come to a consensus to move the Vote of No-Confidence Motion in the session”, he told media.

Flagging concern over recent issues prevailing across the country, Kharge said: “India’s worsening foreign policy, rupee devaluation, special status to Andhra Pradesh etc. are some important issues we are looking forward to raise in the upcoming session”.

“We want to discuss the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, to strengthen and restore it”, he added.

The opposition will also corner the central government over Lynching, cow vigilantism and felicitating lynchers, Women’s safety, Unemployment among others.

Besides all this, Kharge said we also want to inquire about the old notes deposited in Ahmadabad District Cooperative Bank within first five days after Demonetisation was imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The parliament proceedings will commence from July 18 to August 10 for 18 days.

On the other hand, the Centre plans to pass the Constitution (123rd) Amendment Bill, 2017, in the monsoon session of Parliament, which seeks to accord constitutional status to the National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC).


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