YSRCP senior leader MV Mysoora Reddy has asked TDP Chief N Chandrababu Naidu to give answers straight and clear without any confusion on no-trust motion against the Kiran Kumar Reddy Government.
Speaking to the media at Party’s Central office here on Saturday, Mysoora questioned Chandrababu, who was stating in every meeting of his “Vasthunna Meekosam padayatra” that the Kiran Kumar Reddy Government has no right to rule the State, as to why he was not introducing no-trust motion against the Government. He advised Naidu not to make confused statements on no-trust motion and said that Naidu has to introduce no-trust motion against the Government when the Assembly convened. He said that the YSRCP would have introduced a no-trust motion if it had adequate number to move the motion. He said that there was a difference between the no-trust and to show strength.
He said that the ruling Congress MLAs and the Ministers were openly expressing unhappiness over the Kiran Kumar Reddy’s rule. He asked the TDP, which has main Opposition party recognition, as to why it was not coming forward to introduce the no-trust motion. He said that the TRS was also willing to extend its support to the no-trust motion. “We are ready to extend support to the no-trust motion, if the TDP introduced it”, he said, adding that the YSRCP has no interest to dethrone the State Government forcefully and made it clear that it will get the power through the people only. (NSS)