Tana opposition against the government in Manipur case, preparing to bring no-confidence motion

No Confidence Motion: There is continuous uproar in the Parliament on the Manipur issue. The proceedings of the House are not going on regarding the incident of violence. The ruling party is ready to debate with the opposition in the House in the matter of violence. But the opposition parties are adamant on demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi to give a statement in the House on this matter. Meanwhile, the opposition parties have decided that a no-confidence motion will be brought against the government in the Lok Sabha regarding the Manipur issue. The opposition is preparing to bring a motion of no confidence in the House. According to sources, some parties of the opposition may give notice of no-confidence motion against the government in the Lok Sabha.

Uproar in the House over Manipur violence
In the case of Manipur violence, there is continuous uproar in both the Houses of the House. On the other hand, on May 4, a day before the commencement of the monsoon session, politics and karma have gone viral after the video of women being paraded in Manipur. It is noteworthy that before the commencement of the session on July 20, in his address outside the Parliament, PM Modi termed the incident in Manipur as shameful and said that the culprits should be severely punished. But the opposition is not satisfied with this much. The opposition says that PM Modi should give a statement in this matter inside the House.