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Information about no-confidence motion and confidence vote

In the Indian Constitution, the government is formed after obtaining majority . The government can do its work only after proving majority. If the opposition feels that the government is in minority then it can bring a no-confidence motion. In a no-confidence motion, members have to vote in favor of the government and cross the majority mark. On this page, what is Trust Vote, Trust Vote Meaning in Hindi, no-confidence motion is being told.

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What is Trust Vote ?

Trust vote is a parliamentary process, it is conducted under Rule 184, voting is done on this proposal in the House, after which it becomes known, how many members are in favor of the government and how many members are against the government. The motion for trust vote is brought by the ruling government only. The purpose of bringing this is to demonstrate strength in the House.

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What is No Confidence Motion?

In Article 118 of the Indian Constitution, the House has been given the right to make rules to ensure its proceedings. Under this Article 118, provision for Rule 198 has been made in the Lok Sabha. In this, any MP requests in writing to bring a no-confidence motion to the Speaker of the Lok Sabha. After this, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha reads out this proposal to all the members, if 50 MPs give their approval in its favour, then this proposal is discussed.

A date is fixed for discussion. Discussion is held on the scheduled date and after discussion, voting is done. If the government gets majority in the voting, then no-confidence motion cannot be brought for the next six months, if the government does not get majority, then the government falls. This process is the same for Lok Sabha and State Legislative Assembly. If majority is not proved, the Prime Minister submits his resignation letter to the President and in the state, the Chief Minister submits his resignation letter to the Governor.

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