The ruling BJP has termed the Congress’ transfer as a ‘political gimmick’ and stated the opposition get together lacks numbers.
- PTI Bengaluru
- Last Updated: September 25, 2020, 9:59 PM IST
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Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Friday stated he has no objection tothe Congress transferring a no-confidence movement in opposition to the federal government led by him, and that it must be moved each six months as it should maintain the federal government robust and going. The no-confidence movement and dialogue on this regard is probably going to be taken up within the Karnataka legislative meeting on Saturday.
“I have no objection to it (no-confidence motion). Let them (opposition) bring it…,” Yediyurappa stated in response to a query.
Speaking to reporters right here, he stated “Every six months once they must move the no-confidence motion, so that I’m safe for the next six months.” Signalling one other political bout, a discover by opposition Congress expressing no-confidence within the Yediyurappa-led authorities was admitted by Legislative Assembly Speaker Vishweshwar Hegde Kageri on Thursday. Leader of Opposition Siddaramaiah, who has given the discover for no-confidence movement, has claimed the federal government has failed on all fronts and the individuals of the state and the meeting has misplaced confidence in it as corruption was rampant,improvement was stunted, and the monetary situation of the state has deteriorated.
The ruling BJP has termed the Congress’ transfer as a”political gimmick” and stated the opposition get together lacks numbers. JD(S) chief H D Kumaraswamy stated the Congress has not consulted his get together about bringing a no-confidence movement in opposition to the federal government, and expressed doubts concerning the seriousness behind such a transfer.
The former Chief Minister even prompt that it might effectively be for publicity. With the numbers on its aspect, there isn’t a risk to the steadiness of the BJP authorities due to this no-confidence movement.
The Congress is probably going to use the talk to carry out the alleged failures of the federal government. In the 225-member meeting, the ruling BJP has 116 members, Congress 67, JD(S) 33, BSP and nominated 1,independents 2, and Speaker (he has a casting vote).
Four seats– Sira, Basavakalyan, RR Nagar and Maski are vacant.