Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
Trinamool Congress Members of Parliament hold placards while demanding a special package for West Bengal during a protest at Parliament in New Delhi on March 21, 2013. Both houses of parliament were adjourned till 12 noon Thursday as the DMK and the AIADMK took up the issue of the killing of Tamil civilians by the Sri Lankan government during the war against the Tamil Tiger militants.
Though UPA is shrinking with DMK and TMC quitting for their political compulsions, NCP will remain in the UPA.
We are just watching the developments in the NDA from a safe distance, as the BJP did when DMK was leaving the UPA
In the last elections, Manmohan Singh was projected as the Prime Ministerâ¦After the DMK’s pullout, the UPA has shrunk. It is left only with the Congress as the larger party, the NCP and the National Conference. So, as the majority party, the Congress has to take the initiative. We will respect the majority party’s views.More quotes »
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