Telugu Desam Party moves no-confidence motion again, to protest outside parliament
The Telugu Desam Party President and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Nara Chandrababu Naidu held a teleconference with party MPs on Tuesday.
After Mondays adjournment of both the houses, party chief asked its MPs to do everything to pressurise centre to fulfil assurances made in Rajya Sabha including Special Category Status and provisions of AP Reorganisation Act.
The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) plans to continue its fight inside and outside the house.
Naidu told the party MPs including Former Central Minister YS Chowdary and Adhok Gajapatiraju to "go forward by coordinating with other parties in the parliament."
TDP MPs already have already met floor leaders of various parties in the parliament and sought support for the no-confidence motion and regional parties TMC, SP, RJD, NCP, MIM are in support. Congress party too has assured support.
TDP again gave a no-confidence notice to Lok Sabha speaker against the central government and demanded a discussion on the motion in the house on Tuesday.
Before the session starts, TDP MPs will stage protests in front of Gandhi statue in the parliament premises.