Attacked by Rahul Gandhi's MP, opposition parties now open front against Lok Sabha Speaker, preparing for no-confidence motion
No Confidence Motion in Lok Sabha: Since the cancellation of Rahul Gandhi's Lok Sabha membership, the opposition parties are unitedly attacking the government. The round of protests continues from Parliament to the road. Now the opposition parties have started preparing for a no-confidence motion against Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.
India's political mercury is high after Rahul Gandhi was sentenced to two years imprisonment in the defamation case of 'Modi surname' and his Lok Sabha membership was cancelled after the announcement of this verdict. Other opposition parties, including Congress, are attacking the government, calling this decision against democracy. The protest of the opposition parties on this issue is going on from Parliament to the road. However, the performance of the opposition parties has not yet made any difference to the government. Now the opposition parties are preparing to open a front against Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla. According to the information being received from inside, the opposition parties unitedly are preparing to bring a no-confidence motion against Om Birla. However, there are still many hurdles to this.
According to the news received from Congress sources, the opposition parties may present a no-confidence motion against Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Monday. In fact, before the cancellation of Rahul Gandhi's parliament membership, many allegations like giving less time to the opposition MPs to speak in the parliament, mike being turned off... have been levelled by the opposition parties. In such a situation, now the opposition parties have unitedly started preparing to bring a no-confidence motion against the speaker.
Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has been troubling the opposition parties for the past few days. The decision to cancel Rahul Gandhi's MP is the biggest reason for this caliphate. But even before this, the opposition parties have been accusing Om Birla that he gives less time to the MPs of the opposition party to speak in the Parliament. When the opposition MPs speak, their mike is switched off.
The support of 50 MPs will be needed to bring a no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha. Opposition parties have this numerical strength but there is a big hurdle in the no-confidence motion. In fact, for the motion of no confidence, it is necessary for the proceedings of the House to go on. But in the current situation, the chances of the House running are very less.