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Main yahan khada bhi hun aur jo chaar saal kaam kare hain uspe adha bhi hun: No-confidence motion Live Updates

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Fifteen years after it happened the last time, the ruling BJP will face a vote of no-confidence in Parliament today. In a marathon debate in Lok Sabha, the government, its allies and the opposition parties will put forward their view of the performance of the Modi government in the last four years.

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NDA has the confidence of the Lok Sabha and the 125 crore people of India. I thank all the parties that have supported us in the vote today. Our efforts to transform India and fulfil the dreams of our youth continue. Jai Hind!, tweets PM Narendra Modi

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325 MPs voted ‘No’ 126 voted ‘Ayes’, No Confidence Motion against NDA Govt rejected

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BJP MPs KC Patel and Bhola Singh who are unwell, come to the Lok Sabha for voting

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MP Pappu Yadav walks out from Lok Sabha before voting on

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Voting for no-confidence motion begins.

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India is seeing the record pace at which roads are being built, villages are being connected, i-ways are being built, railways development is happening: PM Modi

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Any incident of violence brings shame to the nation. I will once again urge the state governments to punish those who indulge in violence: PM Modi

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I want to tell you about the NPA problem. Much before Internet Banking, Congress Party invented Phone Banking and this caused the NPA mess. A phone call would get loans for their cronies and the nation suffered: PM Modi

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When TDP was leaving NDA, I called up Chandrababu Naidu, warned him that you are falling into YSR Congress’s trap: PM Modi in Lok Sabha

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I want to tell the people of Andhra Pradesh that we will keep working for them. We will do everything possible for the development of AP: PM Modi

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Just because of your internal politics with the YSRCP you are doing this, I had told the AP CM: PM

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NDA Government is committed towards the development of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana: PM Modi

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Atal Ji created 3 states- Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. It was done peacefully. These states are prospering. The Congress divided Andhra Pradesh and their conduct then was shameful: PM Modi

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Aapki aankhon mein aankhein daal ke hum nahi bol sakte, aap naamdar hain aur ham kaamdar hain: PM Modi in Lok Sabha

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You called the surgical strike a Jumla Strike. You can abuse me as much as you want but stop insulting the Jawans of India. I will not tolerate this insult to our forces: PM Modi in Lok Sabha

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One of the leaders spoke about Doklam. The same leader, who believed the Chinese Ambassador over our forces. Where have we reached? Everything does not merit a childish conduct: PM Modi

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We have the honour of working towards electrification of 18,000 villages that were in the dark for 70 years.Most of these villages were situated in Eastern India and the Northeast: PM Modi in Lok Sabha

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Uproar by TDP in Lok Sabha during PM Narendra Modi’s speech

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LIVE: Congress President Rahul Gandhi speaking during No Confidence Motion debate in Lok Sabha

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TDP MP Jayadev Galla said, “Non implementation of an active Parliament is an issue. It is wrong to say that the issues of Andhra Pradesh are not a national issue. It is not a war between BJP and TDP; it is a war between majority and morality, between Modi regime and Andhra Pradesh. It is a dharmayudh.”

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Naveen Patnaik’s Biju Janata Dal (BJD) stages walkout from Lok Sabha.

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Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha session begins

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Naveen Patnaik’s Biju Janata Dal (BJD) to walkout from today’s debate. The decison and directive have been given, they are expected to walk out as soon as possible.

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BJP ally Shiv Sena is currently holding a meeting with their leader Uddhav Thackeray wherein they will decide which way they will vote in the motion of no-confidence that will be taken up today.  Amit Desai, Arvind Sawant, Anant Geete and other MPs are present in Parliament House.

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Amit Shah, Ananth Kumar and other BJP leaders were seen flashing victory signs while entering parliament a short while ago.

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There will be an earthquake if Rahul Gandhi speaks: Ananth Kumar

For the Congress party, its president Rahul Gandhi and party whip leader Jyotiraditya Scindia will lead the charge in Lok Sabha. The BJP, though, has taken on Rahul Gandhi reminding him of his earlier remarks that there would be an earthquake if he spoke in the House. “Yes, there will be an earthquake, but in the Congress party and in the Opposition alliance that they are trying to stitch together,” Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said, speaking to reporters before entering the House.

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PM Narendra Modi will meet Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Sushma Swaraj and Nitin Gadkari at 10:30 am to iron out the last minute details before the no-confidence debate begins.

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Time allotted for no-confidence motion debate today: BJP gets 3 hours 33 minutes, Congress gets 38 minutes, AIADMK gets 29 minutes, Trinamool Congress gets -27 minutes, BJD gets 15 minutes, Shiv Sena gets 14 minutes, TDP gets 13 minutes, TRS gets nine minutes, CPIM gets seven minutes, Samajwadi Party and NCP get six minutes, while the LJSP will get five minutes

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The Congress, which does not have the numbers to upstage the BJP, has said that the no-trust vote is “much more than a show of numbers.” They said they will “use the occasion to expose the government over its many failures.”

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who faces a trust vote in Lok Sabha today, took to Twitter this morning asking fellow Parliamentarians to ensure that today’s no-confidence motion debate is constructive.

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Didn’t misuse power against Janardhana Reddy: CM Kumaraswamy

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The CCB had launched a hunt for Reddy last week in connection with a transaction of crores of rupees, allegedly linked to a Ponzi scheme.

 

Bengaluru| Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy Wednesday said his government has not indulged in “hate politics” or misused power against mining baron G Janardhana Reddy arrested in connection with a multi-crore ponzi scam case.

Reddy, a former Karnataka minister, had alleged “political conspiracy” against him.

“Developments are taking place in the court with regard to this case. Neither I nor my government or officials have indulged in hate politics or misused (power) in this issue. I’m saying this very clearly,” Kumaraswamy told reporters here.

After remaining elusive Since November 7, Reddy had appeared before the Central Crime Branch (CCB) of the city police, which had arrested him Sunday after marathon questioning.

A Metropolitan Magistrate court had subsequently remanded him to judicial custody till November 24.

The CCB had launched a hunt for Reddy last week in connection with a transaction of crores of rupees, allegedly linked to a Ponzi scheme.

It was on the lookout for the absconding mining barron and his close aide, Ali Khan, who had allegedly struck an Rs 20-crore deal with Syed Ahmed Fareed of Ambident Marketing Pvt Ltd, a company accused of involvement in the Ponzi scheme, to bail him out from the Enforcement Directorate investigation.

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Elect AAP for better schools, hospitals: Kejriwal in recorded phone call message for Haryana people

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New Delhi | Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, whose proposal for a mutual inspection of schools and government dispensaries has been cold shouldered by his Haryana counterpart Manohar Lal Khattar, sought to connect with the people of the neighbouring state though recorded phone call messages asking them to vote for the AAP for better education and healthcare services.

Kejriwal had earlier this month invited Khattar to visit mohalla clinics and schools of Delhi government while proposing a similar visit of Haryana by him. As his attempts failed to elicit any response from Khattar, the Delhi chief minister has come up with a recorded message in Haryanvi dialect in which he invited people to visit Mohalla clinics and schools in Delhi.

“We have improved government schools in Delhi very much. Take time to visit it. The condition of government schools and hospitals in Haryana is very poor. Why did not Khattar Sahab do it when we accomplished so much,” Kejriwal is heard asking in the 58-second-long recorded message. The campaign started Tuesday, an AAP leader said.

The Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) is focusing on Haryana along with Punjab and Delhi for the coming Lok Sabha elections. The party has big plans for Arvind Kejriwal’s home state, where Assembly elections will be held next year. “Parties are clamouring for the post of chief minister in Haryana. Defeat all these parties and elect AAP. We will do more work than we have done in Delhi,” the AAP national convener says in his recorded message.

On Monday, Kejriwal wrote a letter to Khattar warning him that people will not vote on religion this time and the next government in the state will be formed by those who will build schools and hospitals.

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Sabarimala: Will take final call after consulting legal experts: CM Vijayan

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Thiruvananthapuram | Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said though the Supreme Court has not stayed its September 28 decision, permitting all women to offer prayers at the hill shrine at Sabarimala, his government would take a final call on the issue after consulting legal experts.

Speaking to reporters here, Vijayan said the state government would take legal advice on the matter. “As per my understanding, the top court has clearly stated that there is no stay on its September 28 verdict. We will consult legal experts on the matter”, Vijayan said when asked if the verdict would be implemented during the Mandala Makaravillakku pilgrim season,starting on November 17.

Tantri Kandararu Rajeevaru Tuesday welcomed the Supreme Court decision to hear the review petitions and hailed it as a “big victory” as the outcome was due to the blessings of Lord Ayyappa. “The blessings of Lord Ayyappa and prayers of lots of devotees are behind this decision to hear the matter in the open court”, a beaming Tantritold reporters.

Meanwhile,the main opposition Congress and the BJP welcomed the apex court verdict to hear the review petitions. Opposition leader in the Kerala assembly Ramesh Chennithala wanted the state government to shed its ‘stubbornness’ in implementing the September 28 verdict. “The CPI(M)-led LDF government should act maturely and not implement the decision during the upcoming two-month long pilgrim season,” he told reporters at Sabarimala.

It was only the Congress party,through former Travancore Devaswom Board president Prayar Gopalakrishan, which moved the apex court against the Sabarimala verdict, Chennithala said. “We welcome the apex court’s decision to hear the review petition in open court. Though there is no stay, the government must act maturely and not implement the order,allowing entry of women,” he said.

BJP state President P S Sreedharan Pillai, who undertook a rath yatra from Kasargod in north Kerala to Pathanamthitta, where Sabarimala is situated, to ‘protect’ the Lord Ayyappa temple’s traditions, described the apex court decision as a ‘good step.’ “We accept the spirit of today’s Supreme Court decision,” he said.

CPI(M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said the government would implement whatever decision the apex court takes on the issue of women’s entry into the hill top shrine. “We are waiting for details of the apex court’s decision.

The Chief Minister had earlier declared that whatever decision the apex court takes, it will be implemented. The government will evaluate the situation and take an appropriate decision”, he said. The apex court had taken the decision to allow entry of women into Sabarimala after considering the Constitutional aspects, Balakrishnan told reporters here. He also said that his party would observe November 26 as “Constitution protection day”.

The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to stay its verdict allowing entry of women of all age groups into the Sabarimala temple but agreed to hear in open court on January 22, a batch of review petitions in the matter. The review petitions against the September 28 verdict were taken up ‘in-chamber’ by a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices R F Nariman, A M Khanwilkar, D Y Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra. “All the review petitions along with all pending applications will be heard in Open Court on 22nd January 2019 before the appropriate Bench.

We make it clear that there is no stay of the judgement and order of this Court dated 28th September 2018 passed in Writ Petition (Civil) No.373 of 2006 (Indian Young Lawyers Association & Ors. vs.the State of Kerala & Ors),” the order said. In the in-chamber proceedings, the judges examine the review petitions by circulation and lawyers are not present. There are around 50 petitions seeking review of the judgement.

On September 28, a five-judge constitution bench, headed by then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in its 4:1 verdict, had paved the way for the entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala Temple, saying the ban amounted to gender discrimination. Meanwhile, a high-level meeting chaired by the Chief Minister, reviewed the facilities at Sabarimala, where the two-month pilgrim season will commence from November 17.

An official press release said that the temporary accommodation facilities for devotees at Pamba, Nilackal and other places were nearing completion.Steps had also been taken to provide free meals to devotees at resting places en route to the shrine. Steps had also been taken to provide more facilities at Chengannur, where a lot of devotees, who reach by train, arrive, it said. The Kerala Water Authority has completed all arrangements to provide safe drinking water to the pilgrims, the release said.

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