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No-confidence by TMC rejected
Last Updated : 22 Nov 2012 01:28:35 PM IST
No-confidence by TMC fails through
No-confidence by TMC fails through
 

No-confidence motion moved by Trinamool Congress over FDI was disallowed in Lok Sabha on Thursday.



Though Trinamool motion was supported by BJD it lacked requisite numbers.

It was a loss of face for the voluble Mamata after the speaker Meira Kumar rejected her no-motion against the UPA on the FDI issue.

A minimum of 50 MPs are required for a no-confidence motion to go through but Mamta was not able to garner this number. Even BJD help could not take her to the magic number.


Though Trinamool motion was supported by BJD it lacked requisite numbers.

It was a loss of face for the voluble Mamata after the speaker Meira Kumar rejected her no-motion against the UPA on the FDI issue.

A minimum of 50 MPs are required for a no-confidence motion to go through but Mamta was not able to garner this number. Even BJD help could not take her to the magic number.
 

Earlier, both Houses of Parliament were adjourned till 12 noon Thursday soon after they met on the first day of the winter session over differences on FDI in multi-brand retail.

Before the start of a winter  session of Parliament , Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has appealed to all parties to work together in the upcoming session of Parliament, especially on economic issues.

“I invite all political parties to join hands in this vital national endeavour,” he said.“Our Parliament has a very heavy Legislative agenda during the Winter Session. I seek cooperation from my colleagues in the House…We all have an obligation, in Opposition as well as in Government, to work together to enable our parliamentary democracy,” Manmohan Singh said.

Emphasising that  country  is facing  multiple economic challenges due to the global economic slowdown, Singh said
“We need to create new jobs on a large enough scale to provide gainful employment to our youth…We need to increase investments in infrastructure sectors and social services like health and education to accelerate economic growth."
 


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