Can Congress survive without DMK?

By Reuters Staff
March 5, 2011

Can the Congress survive without the DMK?

The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) put off its plan to resign ministerial posts until Tuesday, offering respite to the Congress-led government fighting to win back public trust after a raft of corruption scandals.

The DMK, which gives Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s coalition vital support in parliament, had said its six ministers would quit the coalition on Monday because of a row over seats to be contested in the Tamil Nadu election next month.

But can the Congress survive without the DMK? Share your views.

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AIDMK and other marginal parties,who were averse to the presence of the DMK,could pitch in to bridge the gap of 18 seats,caused by the DMK’s antics.

In case the Congress is determined to progress the scams to their logical conclusion,then,the winds of change,sweeping the global political scenario,is likely to give an impetus,to like minded MPs,of different parties,to do something good for the country,by uniting and,ensuring a smooth political future for India,with an effective & strong Central leadership.

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One’s loss is others gain… SP is ready to enter into the wings…….for power play……. to play arm twisting later……

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