The Modi government has been in the center for almost 4 years and now the preparations for the next general elections are also in full swing. But in the meanwhile, the Opposition and the allies of the Modi government are becoming a victim of trouble. On Friday, the first non-confidence motion can be presented against the Modi government in Parliament. Meanwhile, TDP of Chandrababu Naidu is separated from NDA. Angry by TDP not getting special status for Andhra Pradesh, this big decision was taken on Friday morning.

Let me tell you that the TDP quota ministers had already resigned from the central government regarding this issue. At the same time, the BJP quota ministers had resigned from the state government. Chandrababu Naidu spoke on Thursday evening through video conferencing from his MPs. In a short time, Chandrababu Naidu will give BJP official Amit Shah official information about this matter through e-mail and fax.

TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu held a meeting with the Political Bureau, the largest decision-making committee of the party, regarding this issue. Naidu took the decision to separate from the NDA in this meeting. TDP alleges that BJP did not treat correctly with Andhra Pradesh. In this meeting, the party has decided that it will present a motion of no confidence against the Modi government in the Lok Sabha.

Andhra Pradesh’s YSR will bring a no-confidence motion against the Congress government. Six MPs of YSR Party have given a notice to the Lok Sabha General Secretary for the proposal on Friday. It is clear that TDP can now support the motion of no confidence in the Lok Sabha.

TDP’s full support

TDP is consistently seeking the status of special state status to Andhra Pradesh. TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu has also announced to support the proposal. In the Assembly, Naidu said that if the required TDP will support the motion of no confidence against the central government. Jagan Mohan Reddy also wrote a letter to Naidu asking for support. Apart from this, TRS is also seeking a special status for the state.

Appeal to raise support for the Opposition

Jagan Mohan Reddy’s party is also supporting the other opposition parties for this. The party MPs are distributing a letter written by Jagan against opposition MPs within Parliament and appealing them to support this proposal. At least 50 MPs are required to present this proposal in the House.

What will be the process?

According to the rules, first of all, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan will ask an MP from YSR Congress to present an unbelief motion. After that, about 50 MPs will have to stand up to support it, only then will the process proceed. But there is also a screw in it, this proposal can only be present if the house is in order, if an MP is committing a ruckus during this, then it can be difficult to present the offer.

What is the situation in the Lok Sabha now?

Bhartiya Janta Party – 272 + 1 (Speaker)

Congress – 48

AIADMK – 37

Trinamool Congress – 34

BJD-20

Shiv Sena-18

TDP-16

TRS-11

CPI (M) -9

YSR Congress – 9

Samajwadi Party-7

Apart from these, 58 MPs from 26 other parties

5 seats are still empty.

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