TMC criticises Oppn’s plan to bring no-confidence motion in Assembly
Congress and Left Front will bring a no confidence motion against the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC)-led Bengal government in the Assembly on Wednesday.
They will move the no confidence motion in the Assembly on Wednesday.
Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Sujan Chakraborty said people in the state had lost their
faith in TMC.
The law and order situation is fast deteriorating and the state government had failed to stop infant trafficking, Chakraborty claimed.
Congress MLA Abdul Mannan, who is also the Leader of Opposition said TMC had supported the owners of various chit fund companies and the state government did not conduct inquiries against them.
Criticising the Opposition’s move to bring no confidence motion, Partha Chatterjee said when the state government was carrying out various development projects, one party called bandh which had failed to evoke any response. “The leader of the party that had called the bandh later realised that it was a mistake.”
He said “I often think that Congress leaders who have proposed to bring no confidence motion against the state government do they have faith in their own leaders. I will get Congress MLAs who have left the party to bring no confidence against these leaders.”
In the 294 member Assembly, Left Front and Congress have 70 MLAs out of which CPI(M) has only 25 MLAs.
Congress had 44 MLAs but five of them have joined TMC bringing in the number of MLAs to 39.
In the recently held by election the candidates of Congress and Left Front lost their deposits in the two Lok Sabha seats.
In the past seven months, all the municipalities which were under the control of Left Front and Congress have come under TMC.