With Trinamool withdrawing support,UPA govt moves to ICU from emergency ward: Sukhbir

Reacting on the withdrawal of support from the Congress-led UPA government by the Trinamool Congress,Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal on Wednesday said “the UPA,which was earlier in emergency ward,has now shifted to ICU and was surviving on ventilator”.

Written by Express News Service | Amritsar | Published:September 20, 2012 7:21 am

Reacting on the withdrawal of support from the Congress-led UPA government by the Trinamool Congress,Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal on Wednesday said “the UPA,which was earlier in emergency ward,has now shifted to ICU and was surviving on ventilator”.

After visiting Talwandi Sabo thermal plant,Badal said that UPA government has no mandate to take any policy decision,as it has lost its majority in the Lok Sabha.

“UPA was like a brain dead patient that was on ventilator,surviving on artificial life support system and it is time to say a final goodbye to them. The government has to go and cannot survive by horse trading with the SP or the BSP by using the tool of CBI to pressurise them,” said Sukhbir.

Saying that early elections were inevitable,Sukhbir added: “The people were eagerly waiting to shunt out the most corrupt government into oblivion and bring back NDA into power. SAD was fully ready for Lok Sabha elections and will sweep the polls.”

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