Aurangabad, Dec 27 (UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today predicted untimely fall of the UPA government at the Centre due to its internal squabbling.
Mr Kumar told UNI here that on several vital issues, there was absence of unanimity among the alliance partners of the UPA on several cvital issues and they were claiming themselves as ''united force'' only for the sake of power.
''This unholy alliance will not last long and the snap poll would be held at any time in 2008,'' he said adding the party was fully prepared to face it.
''The UPA government is exhausting all its energy for its survival and has no inkling to fullfill the people's aspirations'', Mr Kumar lamented and said the steep rise in prices of essential commodities had brought miseries to the masses.
Despite the concern raised by various political parties in parliament and also their agitational programmes on streets to protest the price rise of essentials, the UPA government had failed to take the remedial measures, he wondered.