New Delhi: Non-UPA and non-NDA parties will
meet here on Monday to evolve a "common strategy and collective stand" in the backdrop of impasse in Parliament over the issue of alleged corruption in 2G spectrum.
The meeting convened by JD(S) chief H D Deve Gowda is
likely to be attended by senior leaders of CPI(M), CPI, RSP,
Forward Bloc, BJD, AIADMK, RLD, SP and TDP, a senior JD(S)
"Gowda has invited all the non-UPA, non-BJP parties to
the dinner meeting with an objective to evolve a common
strategy and collective stand," the leader said.
Parliament has been witnessing uproar over allegations
of corruption in 2G spectrum allocation with a number of
parties demanding resignation of Telecom Minister A Raja.