Oppn has to seek support of Amit Shah to bring no-confidence motion: S Sharma
Thiruvananthapuram: MLA S Sharma raised a sharp criticism against the opposition over the no-confidence motion against the government. He mocked the UDF’s no-confidence motion while addressing the assembly during the discussion on the motion.
He pointed out that a no-confidence motion should be brought only under three circumstances. When the government loses public support or when the opposition has more public support or when the opposition has more number of members. But in Kerala, the opposition’s total number has fallen. When a party is moving a no-confidence motion, its political front must be strong. At present, the opposition belongs to the most damaged political front, criticized Sharma.
At the same time, he pointed out the success and achievements of the LDF government. He also declared an open war against the opposition. He attacked the opposition for supporting the stand of BJP.
“Now, the opposition needs the support of Amit Shah to bring a no-confidence motion against the LDF government,” slammed Sharma.
Hailing the LDF government, the MLA noted that Pinarayi Vijayan government handled the natural calamities in the best way.