Thackeray to take final call on no-trust motion: Sanjay Raut
New Delhi [India], July 19 : As Prime Minister Narendra Modi government is set to face no-confidence motion tomorrow, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that his party chief Uddhav Thackeray is yet to take a final call whether to vote in favour or against the motion. Speaking to ANI, Raut said, "Everyone will come to know regarding the Shiv Sena's decision on the no-confidence motion against the ruling government in the Lok Sabhatomorrow." Pointing fingers at the Centre for not fulfilling its promises made while coming to power, the Shiv Sena leader said, "Modi-led government failed to develop the economy in the past four years. If one looks closely, scores of farmers in the country are still reeling under agrarian crisis and are committing suicide." He further added that the in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP has created an unhealthy atmosphere. Raut also asserted that a particular class has also emerged within the country against the ruling government for its failures in the recent years. He has also asked the Modi government to thoroughly discuss the issues raised by the Opposition in the House in the coming days. Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan had on July 18 accepted the no-confidence motion moved by the Opposition parties. Mahajan stated that the Opposition MPs had given in writing for the Motion of No Confidence against the Modi-led Centre expressing their lack of confidence in the Union Council of Ministers. The discussion and voting on the motion will take place on July 20 in Lok Sabha, and on July 23 in Rajya Sabha.
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