New Delhi [India], August 10 (ANI): Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Thursday mentioned that opposition events introduced a no-confidence movement as a result of they “did not have confidence” amongst themselves.
Speaking to ANI on opposition’s walkout from Lok Sabha, Union Minister of Jal Shakti mentioned, “Those who brought no-confidence motion did not have confidence among themselves. They could not face the confidence of the government…”Earlier immediately, Union Minister of State Anupriya Patel mentioned that the Opposition introduced a no-confidence movement and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s presence within the Lok Sabha, however they didn’t have the endurance to hearken to the PM’s handle.
While chatting with ANI on Thursday, MoS for Commerce and Industry Anupriya Patel mentioned that the Opposition did not imagine within the democracy.
Patel additional added that the whole nation noticed that energy and politics have been supreme to them and that they lacked the endurance to even hearken to the prime minister’s speech.
The no-confidence movement moved by the Opposition towards the NDA authorities led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was defeated within the Lok Sabha on Thursday.
opposition partieThe opposition moved a no-confidence movement towards the Modi authorities on July 26.
The three days of the movement witnessed a fierce battle between the ruling and the Opposition coalitions over the Manipur violence and different raging points.
This is the second time Prime Minister Narendra Modi confronted a no-confidence movement. (ANI)