Mamata pushes no-confidence vote: advantage UPA?
November 19, 2012 | Duration: 51 min, 07 sec
Ahead of the winter session of Parliament, where Mamata Banerjee has said she's determined to bring a no-confidence motion against the government, Prakash Karat has told NDTV the CPI(M) will not support the move because it may end up helping the UPA instead. That's because it is widely believed when it comes to a trust vote, the government will manage the numbers as opposed to a vote on FDI, where they may not get through. That is why the BJP has also been cautious, but Mamata is determined.