New Delhi, Jul 3 (UNI) Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad today asserted that the UPA government would complete its tenure despite the Left's threat of withdrawal of support on the Indo-US nuclear deal issue and discounted his reported differences with Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.
Mr Prasad also termed BSP chief Mayawati as ''not a stable leader'' and said she kept changing her own stand with time. He said Ms Mayawati had earlier supported the UPA government, knowing fully about the Indo-US nuclear deal.
She never spoke against the deal earlier, he pointed out, and said now she has changed her stand.
The RJD chief said the government was going ahead with the nuclear deal in the country's interest. He also refuted the charge that the UPA was trying to divide the UNPA by seeking the support of the SP.
Asked about his reaction to the UPA government seeking the SP's support despite his reported differences with the party's chief, Mr Prasad said even Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate L K Advani have their own differences.
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