Which among the following statements is/are NOT true about the non-confidence motion?
With reference to No-Confidence Motion, consider the following statements: 1. A No-Confidence Motion should state the reasons for its adoption in the Lok Sabha. 2. It can be moved against the entire council of ministers as well as against an individual minister. 3. If it is passed in the Lok Sabha, the council of ministers must resign from the office.
A motion of no-confidence against the Council of Ministers can be moved in the LokSabha if it is supported by at least