Ready to face even No-Confidence Motion: Government

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  1. nrj

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    NEW DELHI: Gearing up for opposition attack on FDI during the upcoming Parliament session, government today asserted that it was ready to face any situation, including a No-Confidence Motion, even as it was reaching out to political parties to ensure passage of key bills.

    It ruled out any possibility of mid-term polls, saying the government will last its full term of five years till 2014.

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal and I&B Minister Manish Tewari, who were fielded before the media ahead of the Winter Session beginning November 22, said the government is ready to discuss any issue under any rule with the permission of the Chair.

    "The Parliament session has a very heavy legislative agenda. We are reaching out to the various political parties to carry through these agenda in the four weeks that we have for the session," said the Finance Minister.

    He noted that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has met leaders of supporting parties and would be meeting UPA allies.

    "We sincerely hope that the forthcoming session will be a productive one and many bills will be passed," he said.

    The important economic agenda includes amendment of the Insurance Bill to raise FDI cap from 26 to 49 per cent, Banking Regulation Amendment Bill and Direct Taxes Code.

    When pointed out that the opposition was gearing up to target the government over FDI in multi-brand retail, Tewari said, "if they want to corner us, we no objection. We are ready to discuss anything if the rules permit. But if Parliament is not allowed to function, it would not be good for Parliamentary democracy."

    To a question about Trinamool Congress, a former ally of the UPA, threatening to move No-Confidence Motion, Sibal said, "it is the right of every political party to put any motion before the House. When the motion is brought before the House, we will face it."

    Ready to face even No-Confidence Motion: Government - The Economic Times
     
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    when maya and mulayam ready to kya kare ga cadi
     
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    Bless Maya and Mulayam. :hail:
     
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    Why won't you be ready? There's enough money in the Congress coffers to buy the whole house, or should we say "loan" the whole house.
     
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    They will get through FDI and maybe even Banking Amendments, DTC is a stretch.
     
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    Including the opposition ? :troll:
     
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    No need to face any no confidence motion the nation already has no confidence in pseudo-secular-crook-mafia-family run enterprise. :bored:
     
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    Well, they'll try their best. And if anyone speaks out, doesn't vote for them despite payment and shows the cash and the footage, throw them straight to jail. That's the general strategy.
     
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    Like I said, MMS is gonna throw another Dinner party ! :D

    Friday night dinner for UPA allies and

    Saturday exclusive for BJP ! :troll:
     
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    The grapevine rumours suggest as long as Advani is alive, Congress will survive :D
     
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    The issue remains that will Mulayam and Maywati have the gumption to vote against the Govt?

    Even if the FDI discussion is defeated, it will not topple the govt.

    At best, it will be an embarrassment.

    Thereafter, what will happen to these Kaliyas?

    They will not risk their hides.

    The Govt will bring home the bacon!
     
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    Unke paas CBI hai...
     

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