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Who among the following Indian Prime Ministers could not vote for himself during the 'Vote of Confidence' that he was seeking from the Lok Sabha?


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Manmohan Singh


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Dr. Manmohan Singh was one such Prime Minister who could not vote for himself during the "Vote of Confidence" that he was seeking from Lok Sabha. He's the first Prime Minister who did not vote on a trust motion because he was not a member of Lok Sabha.
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