Can you account for this additional ten?In another thread, we have been discussing the hug and wink. Alas! Nobody is discussing the real good speeches of TDP members supporting the No-confidence motion of yesterday.
Here I am going to the result part. We had expected that the motion would be defeated and the Government (''the Nays) would secure at the best 315 votes. But after the declaration of result, it is found that the ''Nay-sayers'' have secured 325 votes. Now, from where these additional votes came?
In actuality, it should be twelve additional votes because two BJP MPs could not vote due to illness. The experts say that KCR's party voted against the motion. Some analysts say that the AIADMK MPs voted against the motion. What is the truth?
Only, some days ago, KCR was in the forefront of the proposed anti-BJP alliance. Now, his party is voting in favour of BJP. Isn't it a setback to the opposition unity?
I feel that the latest No-confidence motion has pointed out the setback suffered by the opposition exposing their inability to get united.
Members, what is your take?