New Delhi: Congress on Friday rejected Trinamool Congress' demand for immediate resignation of UPA government following DMK's withdrawal of support saying the government will complete its full term.

"There is nothing new in what TMC is saying. It wanted the government to go when it had withdrawn support from UPA even six months back. But the government did not fall even as they withdrew support. Government will complete its full term," AICC in-charge for West Bengal Shakeel Ahmed said.

TMC all-India general secretary Mukul Roy said in Kolkata ealier in the day that Manmohan Singh-government has become a "minority" after DMK's withdrawal of support. "They can remain in power by utilising the number game in Parliament. But it first became a minority government when Trinamool Congress withdrew support last year and now by DMK. This government has no moral right to continue in office for a single moment... We want this government to resign immediately," he said.

TMC, which was the second largest constituent of UPA after Congress and has 19 Lok Sabha members, had withdrawn support from UPA government in September last year.


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