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PM Warms to JD (U), Says Nitish Secular

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday comes out to be warming up to Janata Dal (U), which has discarded BJP, by telling Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as secular and saying that "in politics there are no enduring enemies or lasting friends". "In politics, there are no permanent enemies or permanent friends. We will make a decision as the situation changes," he told reporters at Rashtrapati Bhavan. He was responding to a question whether Congress seems at JD (U) as a future ally against the background of the split in the NDA and would attain out to it. To a question on Nitish Kumar, he said the JD (U) leader is secular. "I cannot wonder on that or what happens in the upcoming. We require support of all right-minded parties. In parliament, we look for their support," Singh said when asked whether Congress would look for JD (U)'s support. Singh said no to comment on the increase of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the BJP and the resignation matter of L K Advani. "This is an internal topic of the BJP," he said. On the Federal Front unsettled by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, he said "I can’t see the Federal Front posing an actual challenge to the UPA." "When the chips are losing, the UPA will provide a good account," Singh said.

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