UPA govt unlikely to complete its term: Advani

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Chittorgarh, Oct 27: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Lal Krishna Advani today said uncertainty over the fate of the Manmohan Singh government was prevailing strongly in the country and asserted that it would not complete its term in office.

Addressing the Rajasthan BJP's State Executive Meet at Sawaliaji town near here, Mr Advani reiterated that Dr Manmohan Singh was the weakest Prime Minister in the history of the country and Dr Singh himself had now realised this fact.

He said the present UPA coalition at the Centre was not a policy-based alliance and he was sure that the present government would not survive its full term till 2009.

Mr Advani said the assembly elections in Rajasthan were due to be held by the end of 2008 and he was foreseeing a possibility of Lok Sabha elections even before that.

Forecasting ruling UPA's debacle in the next elections, Mr Advani said the people of the country were perturbed and unhappy over the functioning of the government.

Reassuring the people of good governance if the BJP came to power after the elections, Mr Advani said whenever the BJP-led governments assumed power at the Centre or in the states, they had always worked for good governance.

Contrary to this, the present Manmohan Singh Government at the Centre had stalled the pace of development in the country.

He said the previous Vajpayee Government had paved way for India's emergence as strong economic power but the present government had deviated by adopting pro-capitalist and anti-farmer and anti-people policies.

Hinting at the BJP's poll plank, Mr Advani said the Ramsethu, price rise, rising terrorism, including abolition of POTA, would be contentious issues for the party and the people.

UNI

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