With the Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan agreeing to allow their no-confidence motion against the government, the TDP leaders are jumping in jubilation and blaming the opposition YSRCP.
Minister Narayana, MPs Thota Narasimham, Kesineni Nani, and Ram Mohan Naidu hailed their efforts to convince the speaker to allow to move the no-confidence motion as the signs of victory. They also threatened to reveal the true colors of BJP, and YSRCP in the house.
The TDP leaders have thanked all the parties which lent their support and accused YSRCP leaders of resigning after they anticipated the no-confidence motion. They also said that the TDP would seek clarification on the Vishaka Railway zone, Polvaram, and other 14 long pending issues.
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