New Delhi, July 19: The Lok Sabha is slated to discuss “No Confidence Motion” moved by the opposition against the Narendra Modi government on Friday (July 20).
The debate will take place for the duration of around six-seven hours. Out of which the Bhartiya Janata Party has been allotted- 3 hours-33 minutes, Congress-38 minutes, AIADMK-29 minutes, TMC-27 , BJD-15 minutes, Shiv Sena-14 minutes, TDP-13 minutes, TRS-9, CPIM 7 minutes, SP- 6 minutes,NCP- 6 minutes and LJSP-5 minutes.
Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Wednesday accepted a no-confidence motion moved by the Congress and the TDP.
Mahajan said she had received notices from at least six MPs seeking no trust vote against the Narendra Modi government and was duty-bound to put it to the consideration of the House.
She told the house that Kesineni Srinavas of the Telugu Desam Party was the first to give his no-confidence notice and asked members if it can be moved.
The speaker asked Srinavas to introduce the motion which was supported by over 50 members, including from the Congress and other opposition MPs.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said the government was ready to face the no trust motion and asked Mahajan that it may be tabled.
“Everything will be clear after the discussion. I want to make it clear in the House that the people of the country have full confidence on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.”
Meanwhile, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge asked the Speaker why the other members who had handed over their notices were not allowed to read them.
In response to this, she said rules allowed her to table the notice that was submitted first.
Mahajan further stated she read out the names of these members.
The Names include Mallikarjun Kharge, K.C. Venugopal (Congress), Tariq Anwar (Nationalist Congress Party), N.K. Premachandran (Revolutionary Socialist Party) and Thota Narsimham (TDP).