Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi Submits Notice for No-Confidence Motion Against Govt

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Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi Submits Notice for No-Confidence Motion Against Govt

Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi on Wednesday submitted a notice for a no-confidence motion against the government in the Lok Sabha. The motion was submitted to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.

Gogoi said that the motion was being brought against the government on the grounds of its “misgovernance” and “corruption”. He alleged that the government had failed to deliver on its promises and had instead indulged in “crony capitalism”.

“The government has lost the trust of the people,” Gogoi said. “It is time for the people to give a message to the government that they are not happy with its performance.”

The no-confidence motion is the first to be submitted against the Narendra Modi government since it came to power in 2014. The government is likely to face a tough challenge in the motion, as it is not clear whether it will be able to muster the support of the required 151 MPs to defeat the motion.

The motion will be taken up for discussion and voting in the Lok Sabha after the completion of the ongoing Monsoon Session.

The no-confidence motion is a major political gamble by the Congress party. If the motion is successful, it could lead to the fall of the government and the calling of fresh elections. However, if the motion is defeated, it could further weaken the Congress party and its chances of winning the next general election.

The no-confidence motion is also a test of the strength of the Narendra Modi government. If the government is able to defeat the motion, it will be a major victory for Modi and will boost his chances of winning the next general election. However, if the government is defeated, it will be a major setback for Modi and could lead to his resignation.

The no-confidence motion is a significant development in Indian politics. It will be interesting to see how the motion plays out and what the implications are for the future of the Narendra Modi government.

The notice was moved after acrimony and disruptions in Parliament. (PTI)

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