New Delhi, July 23 (ANI) The Bharatiya Janata Party Monday termed the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) a total failure, and compared it with the party-led National Democratic Alliance which functioned smoothly.
The UPA is a total failure. Governance is gone, alliance partnership is gone; they are just doing a last minute fire-fighting. They want to continue like this till 2014, BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said.
The difference between the NDA handling its coalition and the UPA handling its coalition is that we made sure that none of the difficulties actually hit the common man, whereas here, the common man is long forgotten in order to remain in power, she said.
Once it is Trinamool Congress, another time it is NCP (Nationalist Congress Party), third time it is DMK; there is absolutely no governance agenda, no coordination among alliance partners, alleged Sitharaman.
Lauding the National Democratic Alliance, which is led by BJP, she said the alliance with 23 parties functioned smoothly during the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government.
We are proud to say the 23 parties, NDA had less troubles. It had troubles, which were sorted out with great deal of statesmen-like approach. And more importantly, the troubles never affected the common man, she said.