Threshing amid minority reports after DMK’s quit out of the ruling coalition UPA at the Centre, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh assured continuity of the party.
Mr. Singh ensured general election is likely to be move as per scheduled date towards 2014, rejecting speculation about it.
Reacting over BJP’s remark Calling UPA “unstable”, much confident PM said to run full five year term in office and his administration remained stable, source said.
While talking to media, tensed PM has tried to ensure that’s till UPA is in a position to form the government after the elections and would not derail the reforms process he had re-started about a year back.
“We will cross that bridge when we reach there,” 80 years old Singh said.
Queried whether he would again named as Prime Ministerial candidate of the Congress for a third term, Mr. Singh said that all is on public the people of India to judge whether he had succeeded or not.
UPA is facing troubles from its allies- TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee withdraw support, DMK pull out and after that uncertainty raised from SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and Mayawati.