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YSRCP will support no trust move: Jagan

Posted by on December 11, 2013 0 Comment

JaganYS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that his Party will resolutely support the no-confidence motion against the UPA government and it stands for a united Andhra Pradesh. “Come what may, we will go all out to support the no confidence motion and let the country and world see the injustice being meted out to Andhra Pradesh by this undemocratic division,” he told reporters here on Wednesday.

Everyone knows that in 70 days time elections are coming. All political parties are aware of it, be it TMC or Smajwadi Party. As far as our Party is concerned we will rise up to the occasion and go against Sonia Gandhi and the Centre for its authoritarian attitude in dividing the State. This is a stand of principle and we will fight against the injustice being done and we will insist on demanding a resolution for united Andhra Pradesh, he said.

“I cannot vouch for other parties, but as far as our Party is concerned we have three members and we will go all out and support the no confidence motion and insist on a united Andhra Pradesh and also for an assembly resolution for dividing the State,” he said.

On TDP issuing the no confidence motion, he said: “TDP’s floor leader is not supporting the no- confidence motion. Only four of the six MPs have given the no trust notice. The floor leader of TDP did not sign it and he is missing and it is obvious that only four out of six TDP MPs are supporting the united state cause.

Party President N Chandrababu Naidu did not give an official letter supporting a united Andhra Pradesh nor does he give a letter extending support to the no- confidence motion and the Party Floor Leader is not to be seen. I do not want to comment on that. ‘We as a Party would stand up as a whole and will support the no confidence motion and a united Andhra Pradesh. I cannot vouch for other parties,’ he said.

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