New Delhi: YSR Congress and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) will push for acceptance of their notices for noconfidence motion against the Narendra Modi government when Lok Sabha meets on Monday amid no signs of a let-up in the Parliament deadlock.
Y V Subba Reddy of YSR Congress wrote to the Lok Sabha secretariat to put his notice in the revised list of business for Monday. TDP has also moved a notice for a no-confidence motion, as parties like Congress, Left, Trinamool and RJD have come out in support.
Parliamentary affairs minister Ananth Kumar had said they could not be taken up due to the House being not in order, with members of several parties raising slogans in the well.
YSR Congress was the first to give a notice for a notrust motion after the Centre made it clear that it would not grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh.