Puducherry, Jun 22 (UNI) Union Minister of State for Planning and Parliamentary Affairs V Narayanasamy today claimed that there was no threat to the UPA Government at the Centre and it would complete its five year tenure.
Addressing a press conference here, Mr Narayanasamy said UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would sort out the differences among the partners.
Referring to the appeal of BJP leaders Venkaiah Naidu and Ravishankar Prasad to party cadres to get ready for the elections, Mr Narayanasamy claimed that BJP's 'dream' would never be fulfilled.
Alleging that the BJP was adopting a ''double stand'' in the Indo-US Nuclear Deal, he said while senior party leaders like Yaswant Sinha were opposing the deal, other leaders like Advani were demanding a concensus on the issue.
Stating that the nuclear power was the cheapest, he urged the Left parties to reconsider their decision and support the deal to ensure the economic development of the country.
Explaining in detail the measures taken by the Centre to check price rise, Mr Narayanasamy appealed to all the state governments to cooperate with the Centre in checking black marketing and hoardings.
He alleged that the BJP-ruled states were not cooperating with the Centre in checking black marketing and hoarding and they were not contributing paddy and wheat to the Food Corporation of India.
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