YSRCP will submit notice for ninth time

YSRCP senior leader and MP YV Subba Reddy said that they would submit the notice for the ninth time in the Parliament on Monday.

 "We have requested the protesting AIADMK MPs to please cooperate and stop their protest. We have told that SCS was panacea for AP. They have responded positively. Moreover there is an important decision on Cauvery River Board that is likely to be pronounced by Supreme Court on March 29, so we expect that on Monday discussion over the no-confidence motion will definitely happen," he observed.

MP Vara Prasad said that YSRCP was the first party to submit a notice on no-confidence in the Parliament, the National parties were following them. 

He pointed out that their party was deciding the agenda of Parliament. YSRCP MPs will protest and fight till the end of the session and would resign if the House is prorogued in between, he added.

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