Before moving the Motion, I would like to thank you for finally admitting the No-Confidence Motion and for taking this Motion to its logical conclusion i.e., debate and voting.
I also thank my leader, Shri Nara Chandrababu Naidu Garu and my colleague, Shri Kesineni Srinivas Garu for giving me this opportunity to move this Motion and to initiate the debate.
I would also like to thank CPM, CPI, AAP, Congress, SP, KC, RSP, NCP, TMC, AIMIM, RJD and other parties which have extended their support to us on this Motion.
I was told that a first-time MP has never been given the opportunity to initiate a debate on No Confidence Motion. So, I feel it is a privilege and honor for a new Member like me, to initiate one of the most important debates in the history of Indian Parliament.
With these initial words, Madam, I move:
“This House expresses its want of Confidence in the Council of Ministers.”
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