Undavalli suggests No-Confidence instead of MPs resignations

undavalliJana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan has conducted a meeting with members of Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Saturday. Former Congress MP Undavalli Aruna Kumar while speaking on the occasion advised the Andhra MPs to go for a no-confidence motion against the NDA government instead of tendering resignations.

He said, Moving a no-confidence motion in the parliament will attract the attention of the entire country and the subject will be discussed in the parliament by all political parties. Instead of submitting no confidence, TDP and YSRCP whose strength is 25 should seek the support of Congress which has 42 members and give a no-confidence notice.

After the debate and voting, Let the 25 Andhra MPs of both the parties submit their resignations. But simply tendering resignations is of no use. Let the parliament goes on standby till the no-confidence notice is admitted, said Undavalli.