TRS to move no-confidence motion against Congress Govt
Hyderabad: Seeking to corner TDP, TRS on Friday
said it will move a no-confidence motion against the Kiran
Kumar Reddy Government in Andhra Pradesh in the coming budget
session and asked the Opposition to support it in the same.
The TRS decision has come in the wake of a war of words
between TDP and TRS. The TDP has alleged that the TRS is not
sincere in achieving separate Telangana, and had a clandestine
understanding with the Congress.
"We will move a no-confidence motion against the Congress
Government. If TDP is sincere in fighting against Congress, it
should support us," TRS President K Chandrasekhar Rao told
Asked if the TRS, with a strength of 11 members can move
the no-confidence motion, he said the motion should have the
support of at least 30 MLAs and the TDP should support the
move, if it is sincere in its fight against the Congress.
By tabling the no-confidence motion, the TRS now wants
to corner TDP as the Chandrababu Naidu-led party is perceived
to be against destabilising the Congress Government at this
The TDP fears over destabilising the Kiran Reddy
Government stem from the understanding that it may not win
good number of seats if elections are held now. The Assembly
polls are, otherwise, due in 2014.
To a query Rao, however, said the no-confidence motion
is also on the Telangana issue.
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