YSRC gives notice on no-trust motion in LS

As announced by YSRC Congress party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, party leaders in Delhi on Thursday issued a notice to Lok Sabha authorities seeking to move the no=confidence motion against the Narendra Modi government on March 16.

Though the YSRC first announced that it would serve notice on the Speaker’s office on March 21 for moving a no-confidence motion against the Centre on special category status issue, the party had to advance it by six days in the wake of reports that the Parliament might get adjourned much before the original scheduled date of April 5, due to continuous stalling of proceedings by the MPs demanding special category status.

In his notice to Lok Sabha secretary general Snehlata Srivastava, YSRC member Y V Subba Reddy said he was giving the notice to move non-confidence motion against the Central government under rule 198 (B) of Chapter XVII of Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in Lok Sabha.

He appealed to the secretary general to include the no-confidence motion in the agenda of the Lok Sabha on March 16.