All set for stormy session of Parliament from today
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He said of course, "there is a give-and-take" (for running the House) and was confident of finding "a way to have a fruitful and constructive discussion on the FDI issue".
NDA convener and Janata Dal (U) chief Sharad Yadav, who has been working overtime to wean away the SP and the BSP, advised the government to concede the Opposition demand and not make it a prestige issue.
CPM's Basudeb Acharia said his party wanted a discussion on FDI under Rule 184 along with the violation of the undertaking given by Mukherjee.
Trinamool Congress's Sudip Bandyopadhyay is likely to press for the admission of a notice for the admission of a motion of no-confidence against the government.
However, the move is set to fall through due to an inadequate support.
SP's Rewati Raman Singh said whether or not his party had to come to the rescue of the government will be decided by party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday.