Jagan withdrew NO-Confidence motion against UPA

January 17, 2014 15:41
Jagan withdrew NO-Confidence motion against UPA

YSR Congress party president Jaganmohan Reddy withdrew the No-Confidence motion against UPA government. This update has been confirmed by Lok Sabha joint secretary VR Ramesh in reply to TDP MP CM Ramesh's letter. From December 9th to 18th  six Congress MPs along with TDP and YSRCP MPs have daily issued no confidence motion against UPA government but on December 12th Jagan withdrew this motion.

TDP MP CM Ramesh questioned YSRCP's role in taking back the motion. Speaking on it Ramesh said, “this is evidence to prove YSRCP is in favor of bifurcation. Jagan knew AP would be divided at any cost so as to come to power in Seemandhra region, they are time and again blaming TDP. Jagan is in fear that he might go jail again and so went back on No-Confidence motion.”

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