New Delhi, Oct 10 (UNI) Taking potshots at the UPA and the Left parties over the ''truce'' between the two on the nuclear deal imbroglio, the BJP today said the understanding was only a 'temporary commercial break' and the differences between them were ''unbridgeable''.
BJP Vice-President Mukhatar Abbas Naqvi said the UPA leaders, who were unrelenting to give in to the Left's demands on the nuclear deal issue, were only buying time. There can be no meeting point in the visibly divided alliance which seemed to come together just to prevent the BJP from coming back to power, he said.
He said it was good that the UPA had realised that the NDA under former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had run a better coalition than the ruling Manmohan Singh government which lacked direction.
''The UPA is willing to sacrifice the nuclear interest and national security at the diktats of the United States and this would never be acceptable to the BJP or the common man of this country,'' Mr Naqvi said.