Didi says willing to back CPM on no-trust vote, Left snubs her
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Mamata said a party cannot take two stands on the same issue. "They (CPM) voted against the Lokpal Bill with the BJP. I do not support the ideology of the Congress or the BJP. I abandoned the Congress because they backed the CPM. I want to make it clear that there is no point scaring us about the BJP."
Stating again that she has "no ego" with any political party, Mamata said, "There may be different opinions, but I consider no one untouchable."
Explaining why she is so desperate to topple UPA II, Mamata said: "This is a big issue and the fight is to save the people and the country." In an attempt to mount pressure on the CPM, she said that the people are watching "who are trying to save the corrupt and traitor Congress".