New Delhi: Drawing constant flak over the induction of tainted former BSP minister Babu Singh Kushwaha in the party, the BJP has geared up to attack  the Congress-led UPA government.

Highlighting the spat with the Trinmool Congress that has dared the Congress to exit from the alliance and Sharad Pawar’s tough stance in Maharastra, the BJP has categorically said that is a deep fissure in UPA government.

Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Arun Jaitley, said that there can be dispute over issues like Lokpal Bill and FDI in retail sector, but fighting over renaming Indira Bhavan as Nazrul Islam is a clear indication of an end to the alliance.

He said, “The Congress is in search of new partners in UP. If the BJP has clearly declared that it will not go for any pre and post election alliance, why can’t the Congress do the same?”

Opposing the 4.5 percent sub-quota for minorities, Jaitley has said that the issue should be highlighted across the country.

JPN/Bureau