Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen pulls out of UPA, AP govt, says Muslims being targetted
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He evaded questions as to whether BSP and SP will support the government if Banerjee brings a no-confidence motion against it in the winter session of Parliament starting on November 22.
MIM, having a lone Lok Sabha member and seven members in the state assembly, withdrew support to the UPA at the Centre and the Andhra Pradesh government, accusing the Congress government there of giving a free run to Sangh activists.