Congress to move no confidence motion against Khattar government in Haryana
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NEW DELHI: The Congress in Haryana will transfer a “no-confidence movement” towards the Manohar Lal Khattar authorities on Wednesday and has issued a whip asking its members to be current within the House.
“Haryana govt has lost the trust of people, MLAs and independent candidates supporting them have also stepped back. No confidence motion will be presented and voting will be done. Many faces will be unmasked,” mentioned Bhupinder Singh Hooda, chief of the opposition within the meeting.
Hooda had earlier mentioned that his social gathering additionally plans to convey many “adjournment” and “calling attention” motions to attract the eye of the federal government to the multitude of issues confronted by the individuals of the state.
Meanwhile, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its ally the Jannayank Janta Party (JJP) have additionally requested their MLAs to be current within the House tomorrow and “support the stand of the government against the no-confidence motion”.
Haryana minister and BJP’s chief whip Kanwar Pal mentioned, “All the members of the Bharatiya Janata Legislature Party are requested to remain present in the House throughout the 10th day of March during the current budget session of Haryana Vidhan Sabha.”
“They should not leave the chamber without prior permission of the leader. Many important legislative matters are likely to come up for discussion. The members are requested to be present at the time of division/voting,” Pal, who’s the Education and the Parliamentary Affairs minister, mentioned whereas issuing the whip.
The 90-member Haryana meeting has at the moment an efficient power of 88 members. The ruling BJP has 40 members, the JJP 10 and the Congress 30. Seven are Independents, 5 of whom are supporting the federal government, whereas one member is of the Haryana Lokhit Party, has additionally prolonged help to the federal government.

(With inputs from companies)


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