Ranchi, Feb 9 (UNI) With the Simaria bypoll results going in favour of Left candidate backed by JMM and RJD, Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda today asserted that nobody could destabilise and it will successfully complete its term.
The Congess had expressed displeasure over the government's performance and given the Koda government January 15 as the deadline to either perform or perish.
''If required, I will go to New Delhi again to erase all confusion of our major ally (Cong) through dialogue,'' Mr Koda said.
He said he would talk to senior Congress leaders, including CWC member and in-charge of the state Ajay Maken, to sort out differences, if any.
I did not talk to any Congress leaders there but would do so within a week, he added.
Meanwhile, Mr Maken was scheduled to arrive here tomorrow, Congress sources said.
Mr Koda returned from New Delhi after finalising allocation for the state by the Planning Commission and told reporters here that he called on Railway Minister Lalu Prasad who gave assurance that there was no threat to his government now.
The Congress also fielded its candidate in the bypoll, but he came third.
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