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Govt ready to face trust vote in Parliament

 NEW DELHI, Nov 16 – Gearing up for Opposition attack on FDI during the upcoming Parliament session, Government today asserted that it was ready to face any situation, including a No-Confidence Motion, even as it was reaching out to political parties to ensure passage of key bills.

It ruled out any possibility of mid-term polls, saying the Government will last its full term of five years till 2014.

Finance Minister P Chidambaram, Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal and I&B Minister Manish Tewari, who were fielded before the media ahead of the Winter Session beginning November 22, said the Government is ready to discuss any issue under any rule with the permission of the Chair. “The Parliament session has a very heavy legislative agenda. We are reaching out to the various political parties to carry through these agenda,” he said. – PTI

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