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FDI furore: Mamata likely to withdraw ministers from UPA

Sunday, 16 September 2012

FDI furore: Mamata likely to withdraw ministers from UPAFurious over the government’s reform measures including FDI in retail and diesel price hike, West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress’ supremo Mamata Banerjee might withdraw her ministers from UPA-II and provide support from outside, Trinamool MP Saugata Roy said on Sunday.
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