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Parties divided over voting on FDI

Reactions emerging after the all-party meet held by the govt shows a divided house

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Political parties are divided over on even after the all-party meet held by the government today.

BJP, JD-U, Left parties are insisting on discussion on in retail under a rule that entails No compromise on (discussion under Rule) 184 which entails voting, says Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj.

Samajwadi Party is ready for discussion on in retail under any rule, it is for Speaker to decide, say SP sources.

We should leave it to the Chair in both Houses to decide under which rule discussion on FDI should be held, says BSP chief Mayawati.

Trinamool Congress at all-party meeting says Speaker should decide "how the House should run".

DMK conveys concern over FDI but remains vague on debate with while AIADMK wants voting after discussion.

Majority is for discussion on FDI issue without voting, says Union Minister Anand Sharma.

UPA is to meet on FDI issue in tomorrow.

First Published: Mon, November 26 2012. 15:49 IST