Thursday, 4 October 2012

UPA government needs to go: Mamata Banerjee

UPA government needs to go: Mamata Banerjee
Clean Media Correspondent

Mumbai, Oct 04 (CMC) Sarkar jaana jaroori hai, desh ko bachane ke liye (government has to go, to save the nation), thundered West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on her official Facebook page minutes after cabinet cleared the proposal of hiking FDI limit to 49 per cent in insurance and  permitting 26 per cent FDI in pension.

She said, “today, yet another set of anti-people decisions of the Central Government have crossed the Laxman Rekha. These important decisions, which have direct bearing on the livelihood of millions of Indians, taken by a minority government, are immoral and unethical.”

She also said that Trinamool Congress will meet president Pranab Mukherjee to appeal the ouster of the UPA-2 government which she claimed to be a minority government.

Mamata has appealed the parties supporting UPA government to come out and oppose the moves in the greater interest of the people. “Every countryman is watching your action” she said in an appeal to the parties supporting the government.  

She repeated her threat to bring no confidence motion against the government.

According to TMC supremo “increase in FDI per cent  from 26 to 49 in insurance sector and introducing 26% FDI in pension sector will make lifelong savings of individuals totally insecure”

She also said government had crossed  Laxman rekha by taking these decisions which is in minority and its immoral and unethical on its part to take the decisions.

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