DMK Rebuff Delays Cabinet Reshuffle

October 2012
India Today;10/15/2012, p15
The article reports on the reforms at the Dravida Munnetra Kashagam (DMK) party that caused delay in cabinet reshuffle in the Indian government of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The decision of Prime Minister Singh to postpone the reshuffle is attributed to the negative response from allies. The DMK criticizes the double standards of the Congress on the 2G spectrum case. The Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Prajatantrik Party also withdrew its support to two Members of Parliament.


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