Samajwadi Party to support no-trust motion
Apparently unhappy over the Lokpal Bill, Samajwadi Party, which is an outside supporter of UPA, today said it would vote for a no-confidence motion against the government if it is taken up in Lok Sabha. ‘..if the no-confidence motion is taken up (by the Lok Sabha), we will support it,’ a senior SP leader said.
However, the party with 22 MPs said it will not be a party to the notices given for no confidence motion.
Six Congress MPs from Seemandhra, along with TDP and YSR Congress, have given notices to LS Speaker for no-trust motion against the government as they are opposing division of Andhra Pradesh.
The notice should be supported by 50 MPs before it is considered for vote.
‘We will not support the notices for no-confidence motion (given by six Congress members, TDP and YSR Congress). But if the no-confidence motion is taken up (by the Lok Sabha), we will support it,’ the leader said