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Mallikarjun Kharge with other leaders of the INDIA alliance

New Delhi: Congress President and Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge in a meeting with other leaders of the INDIA alliance parties at his chamber in Parliament House during Monsoon session, in New Delhi, Tuesday, July 25, 2023

The Opposition parties have decided to move a no-confidence motion against the BJP-led Central government in parliament tomorrow amid a logjam over Manipur. Sources said the motion has been drafted and will be filed tomorrow.

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Some opposition parties, part of the INDIA alliance, are likely to move a notice of no-confidence motion against the government in the Lok Sabha, sources said on Tuesday. A proposal to submit the notice was discussed at a meeting of the constituents of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) on Tuesday morning. The sources said after weighing various options to force Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak in Parliament on the situation in strife-torn Manipur, it was decided that this would be an effective way to compel the government to initiate a discussion on the issue.

Manipur government has said that at least 718 Myanmar nationals, including 301 children, have illegally entered the northeastern state last week. A statement issued by Home Department said that the illegal influx was reported on July 22 and 23 in Chandel district by Assam Rifles, the India-Myanmar border guarding force. Chief Secretary Vineet Joshi sought to know from the Assam Rifles how the Myanmarese were allowed to enter India without proper travel documents and asked the force to push them back immediately.

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DCW chief Maliwal meets families of women stripped, paraded in Manipur

The two women paraded naked in Manipur are yet to receive any counselling or compensation from the state and are in deep trauma, DCW chief Swati Maliwal, who met the families of the two survivors, said on Tuesday while slamming the state government for the violence.

Maliwal, who is on a tour of the northeastern state, said she was informed by the families that neither the state chief minister, nor any cabinet minister, nor a senior officer from the state bothered to meet the DCW members.

 
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Opposition alliance will rebuild idea of India in Manipur: Rahul hits back at PM

Hitting back at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on the opposition alliance, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said "call us what you want", but "we are INDIA" and "will rebuild the idea of India in Manipur".
 
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According to the Central Water Commission, the water level at the Old Railway Bridge (ORB) stood at 205.4 metres at 12 noon.

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Oppn likely to submit notice of no-confidence motion against govt in Lok Sabha

Some opposition parties, part of the INDIA alliance, are likely to move a notice of no-confidence motion against the government in the Lok Sabha, sources said on Tuesday. A proposal to submit the notice was discussed at a meeting of the constituents of the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) on Tuesday morning. The sources said after weighing various options to force Prime Minister Narendra Modi to speak in Parliament on the situation in strife-torn Manipur, it was decided that this would be an effective way to compel the government to initiate a discussion on the issue.
 
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First Published: Jul 25 2023 | 8:01 AM IST

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