Congress on Thursday dismissed reports that there were differences between the Trinamool Congress and the ruling party on controversial Land Acquisition Bill, saying views of all alliance partners are taken on board while arriving at a decision.
"We are leading a coalition government. Views of all our alliance partners are taken on board while we take our own view. The agenda is of the UPA government. It is a collective agenda," party spokesperson Jayanthi Natarajan told reporters in New Delhi.
Asked when will the Land Acquisition Bill, being opposed by the Trinamool Congress, be introduced in Parliament, Natarajan said she was not aware of the actual procedure of tabling the Bill and only the Parliamentary Affairs Minister will be able to reply when it will be introduced.