AP Blame TRS For Not Supporting The No-Confidence Motion
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The scenes in Lok Sabha have been repeating for the past one week. It all started on March 16th (Friday), after TDP and YSRCP gave no-confidence motion notice to the Lok Sabha Secretary General. As predicted, both TDP and YSRCP failed to get the no-confidence motion moved in the parliament.
Reason? The parliament has been in ‘adjournment mode’. With TRS and AIADMK MPs protesting over Reservation Row and Cauvery Waters, respectively, the Lok Sabha Speaker preferred adjournment over the business of the house.After being confronted on national media, the TRS MPs made it clear that ‘Telangana Reservation Policy Issue’ is more important that Andhra Pradesh Special Category Status for them.
Similarly, a heated debate took place in the Tamil Nadu assembly over AIADMK’s opposition towards TDP no-confidence motion. DMK Chairman Stalin extended his support to the TDP no-confidence motion. Reacting to this, AIADMK leader M Thambidurai responded. ‘AIADMK can extend support to TDP no-confidence motion. But how can support Andhra Pradesh government, which is responsible for the killings of Tamil Laborers in Andhra Pradesh with guns, and drowning them in water? The recent arguments by both the parties once again exposed the animosity and the lack of trust between political parties in South India.