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Aug 8, 2023

Rahul Gandhi Likely To Open Debate For Opposition Today; Fireworks In
Lok Sabha Expected

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Delhi: Congress
leader Rahul Gandhi is poised to kickstart the debate from the opposition side
as the Lok Sabha prepares to engage in discussions surrounding the
no-confidence motion targeting the government on Tuesday. Reports citing
sources within the Congress party have confirmed that Gandhi will initiate the
discourse, with other leaders including Gaurav Gogoi, the motion’s initiator,
following suit in due course.


Debate Forecasted in Lok Sabha

Commencing today, the Lok Sabha is bracing for a heated debate
revolving around the no-confidence motion aimed at the BJP-led government.
Gogoi, Congress’ deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, proposed the motion, which is
placed as the third agenda item on the List of Business.

discussion takes place amidst the backdrop of ethnic violence in Manipur, which
has caused significant disruptions in both houses of Parliament. In addition to
Gandhi’s participation, Congress leaders such as Manish Tewari and Depak Baij
are expected to present their perspectives during the debate. PM Modi’s Response Scheduled for

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to deliver his response to
the debate on Thursday, a pivotal moment in the proceedings. Despite the
government’s advantageous position in terms of numbers, the opposition aims to
showcase its newly solidified unity in tackling the Modi-led BJP in the
forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.

“Definitely, He Will
Speak,” Affirms Congress Chief

Congress Chief Mallikarjun Kharge confidently declared that Rahul
Gandhi will indeed address the no-confidence motion, reinforcing the party’s
commitment to the matter. “Jaroor bolenge (definitely, he will speak),”
said Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge while addressing the reporters on

Gandhi’s Return to Lok

Following a four-month disqualification, Gandhi’s reentry into the
Lok Sabha was enabled on Monday, as the Supreme Court temporarily stayed his
conviction in a defamation case. This development restored his membership in
the Lower House.

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