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    Manipur Violence Debate: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Address No-Confidence Motion

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    Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will respond to the no-confidence motion brought forward by Opposition parties against his government. The motion was initiated by Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi and has sparked intense discussions in Parliament over the past two days. These discussions have mainly focused on the ethnic clashes in Manipur.

    During his speech in Parliament, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi strongly criticized the government’s actions, accusing them of effectively dividing Manipur. This accusation has led to heated exchanges between government and Opposition leaders. There was also controversy when Rahul Gandhi allegedly blew a flying kiss to BJP members, leading to complaints from female BJP MPs about his behavior.

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    Another Member of Parliament from the TMC, Mahua Moitra, confronted the BJP-led government about the Manipur violence. She highlighted the unprecedented scale of ethnic violence in Manipur, with thousands of FIRs filed, thousands of houses destroyed, and tens of thousands of people displaced.

    Moitra also criticized the government’s handling of the Manipur violence, considering it the biggest shortcoming of the coalition government. She emphasized that the no-confidence motion was not just about challenging the government’s strength but also about forcing the Prime Minister to address this issue that has been ignored for too long.

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    In conclusion, the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government was brought forward due to the ethnic clashes in Manipur. Rahul Gandhi and Mahua Moitra strongly criticized the government’s actions and called for urgent attention to the situation.

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