Raipur (Chhattisgarh): Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday called the No Confidence Motion passed by the Congress in the state Assembly against the government as “disappointing and weak”.
Addressing the media, Singh said that he hasn’t seen such an unprepared proposal in the last 15 years.
“I haven’t seen such an unprepared proposal in the last 15 years. This shows Congress’ disappointment and frustration. They are raising such issues which have already been rejected by the court. I don’t think they have put forth their issues after proper introspection. We will still give a fitting reply to them. Their confidence motion is very disappointing and weak so was it presentation,” he added.
On Wednesday, the Congress moved a no confidence motion in the Chhattisgarh assembly against the Singh’s government.
On the second day of the four-day winter session, speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal read out the opposition notice for the motion that expressed no confidence in the council of ministers.
In the motion, the Congress has listed 200 points to target the BJP government mainly on the issues of farmers’ suicide, alleged PDS scam, bonus to farmers, arrests of journalist and law and order. (ANI)