Lucknow, Sep 29 (UNI) Samajwadi party (SP) president Mulayam Singh Yadav today reiterated his party's stand on the support of no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha reaffirming that United National Progressive Alliance(UNPA) would always support any move of the Left Parties.
''UNPA would support the no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha to be brought by the Left Parties without any doubt,'' he told the press conference here.
Alleging that the BJP was indirectly supporting the Congress government at the centre by not bringing any no-confidence motion, the SP leader, however, refused to comment on the party's move if the no-confidence motion was moved by any other party.
Narrating the similarities between the UNPA and Left Parties, he said only these two groups were concerned about the wellbeing of the people of the country and were opposing the Indo-US Nuclear Deal and the anti-farmers policy.
Reiterating that SP was ready to face the mid-term polls any time, the former UP Chief Minister made it clear that the Nuclear Deal had created a rift within the United Progressive Alliance(UPA) government at the centre and a showdown is emminent soon.