Bangalore, Oct 12 (UNI) Janata Dal (United) President Sharad Yadav today said the fall of United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government at the Centre was imminent due to Indo-US Nuclear deal impasse.
Talking to newspersons after calling on Karnataka Governor Rameshwar Thakur at Raj Bhavan here, he said, ''Whether the Indo-US nuclear agreement is implemented or not, the UPA Government will not survive for long.'' Mr Sharad said during his discussion with the Governor, he also dwelt on the issue of ever increasing in farmers suicide in North Karnataka, essential commodities supplied through Public Distribution System (PDS) not reaching Below Poverty Line(BPL) people, relief and rehabilitation of people affected in recent floods and acquisition of farm land for setting up of Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the State.
He alleged that in the name of SEZs 'land sharks' were acquiring land for Real Estate business. ''I urged the Governor to take suitable action on the above issues,'' he added.
The JD(U) leader said, he did not discuss the present political situation in Karnataka with the Governor.
Mr Sharad had arrived in Karnataka to pay his last respects to former Chief Minister S R Bommai, whose mortal remains was cremated near Hubli in the afternoon.