"We would like the government to consider reducing the prices to some extent. Like CPI-M we will not pull down the government. We are one hundred per cent with the government till we are there," Mamta Banerjee said.
she said since Trinamool Congress was a part of the coalition, it had sought a discussion in Parliament on the rise in prices of petroleum products under a rule which does not entail voting.
Accusing CPI(M) of adopting double-standards, she said the party was stalling Parliament with other opposition parties on the issue of price rise and at the same time raising power tariff in West Bengal.