New Delhi, Nov 19 (): In order to bring down the Mammohan Singh government, Trinamool congress Chief Mamata Banerjee has appealed to the BJP to lend a hand to her in supporting her movement of no-confidence motion against the ruling government during the winter session of the Parliament.
Sources close to the BJP party said that Mamata Banerjee on Sunday called leader of the opposition Sushma Swaraj to discuss about the no-confidence motion. Sushma Swaraj who has left to Mumbai for the funeral of the Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray will be replying to Mamata in the matter after her return from Mumbai, said senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi who also said that the party is likely to take a decision on the issue after meeting on Monday.
Mamata Banerjee who is very eagerly waiting to move such a motion against the government after walking out of the party over FDI in retail issue a few months back, is appealing to all parties to extend their support to move a no-confidence motion against the ruling government in the winter session of parliament which is scheduled to take place on Nov 22.
After discussing the issue with her party MPs which took place at the state Secretariat Writers Building, Mamata Banerjee said, “This government is not fit to remain in power. In the lower house the Trinamool Congress shall bring a no-confidence motion.”
Mamata also added that the main happening within the ruling government currently is a pack of loot and jhoot (lies). She has vowed to bring down the Manmohan Singh government after her party quit the coalition group.
It is however difficult for Mamata to take the burden alone in her shoulder, hence she is approaching the communal forces like the BJP and the arch-rival Marxists, said the Congress, and added that Mamata will be defeated as she lacks credibility.