Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen pulls out of UPA, AP govt, says Muslims being targetted
"Jagan Mohan Reddy is my friend. Kiran Kumar Reddy was my friend. What happens, I cannot say. Let elections come," he said.
Congress Rajya Sabha member M A Khan said they have made all efforts to see that the MIM does not sever ties.
Responding to the development, state Congress president Botsa Satyanarayana expressed confidence that all the issues would be resolved and that there is no threat to the Congress government.
Dismissing the MIM's allegation that the state government supported 'Sangh Parivar' activists, he said the issue was essentially due to the situation in the city.
Main opposition TDP welcomed the MIM's decision to withdraw support to the Congress.
It, however, felt that it is the responsibility of Governor to see who enjoyed majority.
YSR Congress Party demanded that the TDP moves a no-confidence motion against the Kiran Kumar Reddy government.
UPA 'strong and stable' despite MIM snapping ties: Cong
Congress today claimed that the UPA government is "strong and stable" despite the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) becoming the third constituent to withdraw support after Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress and Babualal Marandi's Jharkhand outfit.
Party spokesman Sandeep Dikshit also said the UPA has "got the numbers required" in Parliament and would prove its majority whenever required. He said that the Congress-led coalition will get support of various parties when government puts forth positive reforms initiatives.
"We already have support of parties. We will continue to have majority. We still enjoy support of 280-300 members (in the Lok Sabha). It
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