New Delhi: BJP has kept its cards close to its chest on whether to support the no-trust motion planned by Trinamool Congress, saying it will take a call on the matter in its meeting of the Parliamentary party's executive on Tuesday.

"We will take a decision on the issue tomorrow at the meeting of the executive of the BJP Parliamentary Party tomorrow," party spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said.

The meeting is taking place at LK Advani's residence at 11 AM. Later, the NDA will also meet in the evening and strategies its plans for cornering the government in the forthcoming Winter Session of Parliament starting November 22.

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A section of the party feels that the no-trust motion looks 'premature' as a lot of groundwork is required to garner enough support for it to succeed on the floor of the Lok Sabha

The Congress has already claimed it has the adequate numbers for surviving the proposed motion.

The BJP feels that if a no trust motion fails on the floor of Lok Sabha, the government will get a fresh lease of life for another six months and will "legitimise" all its actions, including its recent decisions on bringing crucial economic reforms like FDI.

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's move to bring a no confidence motion on the first day of winter session has not drawn a favourable response from the Left parties.

(Agencies)

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