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Jul 07, 2018
5:34PM

No-confidence motion against Raman Singh government defeated

After a 14-hour debate, a no-trust motion moved by the Congress against the Raman Singh-led BJP Government was defeated by a voice vote in the Chhattisgarh Assembly in the wee hours today. 

The debate started after 12 noon yesterday and ended at 2.10 AM today. Several issues including a sex CD case, corruption and law and order situation were raised. 

The Chief termed the allegations levelled by the opposition as direction-less and baseless. 

During his reply, he said, the Congress has made a failed attempt to mislead people. This was the third no-trust motion faced by the Raman Singh government.

Earlier, Leader of Opposition TS Singhdeo said the state government had cheated people by not fulfilling its promises and by perpetrating scams.

After the debate, the motion was put to voice vote and was defeated.

Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal then completed other business of the House and adjourned the Assembly sine die.

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