Whatever Gogoi stated on social media about Riniki Sarma and her entity 'Pride East Entertainments', that information was not based on facts, claimed Devajit Saikia, Sarma's advocate.
Riniki claimed that this was nothing but an attack to defame the 17-year-old Assamese enterprise, which has adhered to every aspect of law.
In the case pertaining to the PM Kisan Sampada Scheme, the firm neither claimed nor received a single paisa of government subsidy, despite meeting all eligibility criteria, said Riniki Bhuyan Sarma.
Speaker Biswajit Daimary, at the end of the Question Hour, rejected the notice stating that it was 'not in order' and the issue does not merit an adjournment motion.
Gogoi said these arms and ammunition, which were looted from the security forces, will be used against the common people of the state that has been witnessing violence since May 3.
Both the Centre and the state governments have failed to maintain law and order, he charged, and sought to know why it took the PM 80 days to talk about Manipur.
Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi questioned the Prime Minister's silence over all the important issues that had happened in the country.
Initiating the debate on the motion in the Lok Sabha, Gogoi alleged that a government which talks about "one India has created two Manipurs -- one living in hills and the other in the valley".
The motion of no-confidence by Gogoi, the Congress's deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, has been listed as agenda item three in the List of Business.
Lok Sabha member Gaurav Gogoi expresses concern over ethnic divide; Adhir finds relief camp inmates in Kuki area too scared to talk.
The Centre has been trying to divert attention from its failure to mitigate the situation in the state, Gogoi added.
Government may push legislative agenda before it is taken up in Lok Sabha.
After the House met at 12 noon and papers were laid on the table, the Speaker said he has received a notice from Gogoi for moving a motion of no-confidence against the government.