No-Confidence motion: Why Shiv Sena abstain from voting? Uddhav Thackeray led Shivsena has clarified its stand on the Congress and TDP’s non-confidence motion against the Modi government. He didn’t take part in the voting that will occur after the debate on this non-confidence motion. In a way, he has shocked the Center’s NDA government. Earlier it was believed that Shiv Sena would be standing in the Parliament with the central government. He will take part in the voting. Because on Thursday, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray was called by BJP President Amit Shah for support. Before the no-confidence motion, the meeting of the Shiv Sena was held. After the meeting, Shiv Sena’s MP Sanjay Raut said that his party has decided that he will not take part in this voting.
Sanjay Raut said, “There are situations are becoming worst in the country, we are taking this decision in this way.” We are technically with the BJP. But the result of this non-confidence motion is known to all. Shiv Sena will not participate only in voting but also in whole day’s proceedings. About this, Shiv Sena MP Anandrao Adsul said, we have boycotted the proceedings of the whole day. That’s why our MPs did not sign the attendance register.
Why Shiv Sena abstain from Voting on no-trust motion?
Sanjay Raut said, NDA has enough numbers in Lok Sabha. In such a situation, there is no threat to the government. But the government has lost trust among the people. There are many issues that should be talked about. But we will boycott the vote on this proposal.
Prior to the debate on this proposal, all the members of the Biju Janata Dal Walked out to the House before the debate began. It was already predicted that BJD and TRS would not participate in this voting and debate. Both the parties have said that they are neither with the Congress nor with the BJP.