Petrol price hike: DMK threatens to pull out of UPA govt
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Petrol price hike: DMK threatens to pull out of UPA govt

New Delhi : India | May 29, 2012 at 11:59 PM PDT
Source: Times of India
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Ruling UPA's key ally DMK on Wednesday issued a veiled threat of pulling out of the alliance on the issue of the "atrocious" petrol price hike, saying the party had never hesitated to do so earlier respecting people's sentiments. "The DMK is in the coalition. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India
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