Bhopal, Sep 22 (UNI) Claiming that the UPA government had destabilised from within on the Indo-US nuclear deal and Ram Setu issue, senior BJP leader L K Advani today said the Lok Sabha election was round the corner and its result was expected to be a repeat of the post-emergency poll.
''Fast changing developments in the last two months had given an opportunity to unseat the Congress-led UPA and to bring back the NDA to power. The situation was almost similar to the post-emergency days and a repetition of the 1977 poll result was in the offing'', he told a massive public meeting coinciding with the party's three-day national executive which began here yesterday.
''The Manmohan Singh government will not last its term till 2009 and there is the possibility of a new Lok Sabha coming into existence in the first half of 2008'', the Lok Sabha opposition leader said.
''Uncertainity prevailed at the Centre due to destabilisation factors with the leftists questioning the Indo-US nuclear deal and the government itself questioning the existence of Lord Ram through an affidavit on the Ram Setu'', he said.
''Communists, particularly CPI(M), turned out to be the number one destabiliser followed by the DMK'', he said.
Despite their limited strength in the Parliament, the communists were flexing muscle, he added.