New Delhi: BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Friday announced that as "a loyal and true soldier" of the party, he would vote for the Modi government and against the no-trust motion in Lok Sabha later in the day.
"I should, could and would support BJP as a loyal and true soldier. For the time being my vote is here, rest for 2019 elections...."Yeh kahani phir kabhi"," tweeted actor-turned-politician.
"As far as I'm concerned, so long the party has not left me in the lurch, nor have I left the party,
though may be high time and right time," he, however, wrote suggesting things are not quite smooth between him and the party leadership.
"Let's not get confused. No confidence motion....It's not about numbers. Not a game of quantity,
it is a game of quality, game of standard debate, discussions, deliberations, the deep thought, deep introspection and above all has to be within the constitutional decorum and framework," Mr Sinha wrote.
Mr Sinha, who represents Patna Sahib parliamentary constituency, has been critical of the party leadership and the performance of the Modi government on multiple issues. (UNI)