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Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Mamata Banerjee withdraws support to UPA government, ministers to resign on Friday

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Mamata Banerjee withdraws support to UPA government, ministers to resign on Friday
Clean Media Correspondent 

New Delhi, Sep 18 (CMC)  Trinamool Congress, the second biggest constituent of the UPA, today dealt a major blow to the Manmohan Singh government when it decided to withdraw its support on the issue of petroleum price hike, FDI in retail and corruption.

"We are withdrawing our support. Our ministers will go to Delhi, meet the Prime Minister and tender their resignations at 3 PM," TMC chief and West Bengal chief ministerMamata Banerjee announced after a meeting of party MPs, top leaders and office bearers.
Banerjee announced the decision after a meeting of the Trinamool Congress' parliamentary party, that went on for over three hours.
Addressing mediapersons after the meeting, the West Bengal chief minister accused the UPA of not giving the respect to the Trinamool Congress that it deserved. 

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