New Delhi: The executive committee of the BJP’s parliamentary body met today to decide on whether they should support a no-trust motion proposed to be moved by the Trinamool Congress against the UPA government on the issue of allowing FDI in the retail sector in the upcoming Winter Session of Parliament that begins on November 22.
Addressing the reporters after the meeting, party spokesperson Ravishankar Prasad said that the BJP will only announce its decision after a meeting of the NDA allies, scheduled for 5 pm today.
By seeking BJP's support for its move to bring a no-confidence motion against UPA government in Parliament, Trinamool Congress has "actually lost the trust" of both Congress and BJP politically, CPI-M politburo member Suryakanta Mishra said today.
'Who will trust Trinamool Congress which dares to bring such a motion with only 19 MPs? Neither BJP nor Congress, we feel, trusts her," Mishra, Leader of the Opposition in the West Bengal Assembly, said.
(With PTI inputs)