No-confidence movement about resurrecting India’s founding ideas: Mahua Moitra


Trinamool Congress (TMC) lawmaker Mahua Moitra on Thursday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take away Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh and tackle the state of affairs within the ethnic violence-hit northeastern state.

TMC MP Mahua Moitra. (PTI)

“I have no idea what’s extra unlucky that the Prime Minister doesn’t tackle the Manipur problem within the Home or doesn’t go to Manipur to reassure the petrified folks,” she mentioned whereas talking in Lok Saba through the debate on the non-confidence movement towards the federal government. She blamed the Bharatiya Janata Celebration’s “majoritarian bravado” for destroying Manipur. “We’re not going to be bullied.”

Moitra underlined the movement was extra about confidence in India. She added it’s much less of a no-confidence movement because it was not delivered to defeat the federal government by numbers however to resurrect India’s founding ideas akin to secularism which the federal government has buried six ft beneath.

“Most no-confidence motions are unfavorable motions moved with a reasonable likelihood to deliver down the federal government of the day. We all know that it isn’t even a risk… we wouldn’t have the numbers,” she mentioned. “This movement wouldn’t succeed within the Home however the massive movement should succeed and it’ll when the folks of India have their say quickly.”

She mentioned the Manipur problem is mired in silence and the federal government’s false equivalencies. “The problem in Manipur is of a hate crime of a specific neighborhood the place is known that police personnel of 1 neighborhood presumably the identical neighborhood because the chief minister handed over ladies of one other neighborhood to be raped by a mob and made each try to stop these ladies for searching for justice.” She mentioned it’s an environment of civil conflict that has hardly ever been seen in India up to now few a long time.



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