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SP threatens "no-confidence" motion in Parliament

Wednesday 15 February 2006

New Delhi, Feb. 15. (PTI): Accusing the Congress-led UPA Government of compromising with the country’s interests on Iran issue, the Samajwadi Party today threatened to bring a "no-confidence" motion in Parliament if it again voted against Iran on March 6 meeting at the IAEA.

"On Iran issue, the Congress-led Government had twice voted against Tehran ignoring the established policies of the country. There will be another IAEA meeting on March 6 and we warn the Government that we will bring a no-confidence motion if this time too it votes against Iran," Ram Gopal Yadav, party general secretary, told reporters.

The warning from Samajwadi party, which has 40 MPs in the Lok Sabha, came after a meeting of its Parliamentary Party which also decided to hold a rally along with Left parties at Ramlila Ground here to finalise a common strategy, he said.

The meeting was presided over by party president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav.

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