Expressing surprise over the government's sudden big ticket reforms, Banerjee said, "I don't know what happened. So many decisions were taken on a single day. We want economic reforms that reaches the grassroots, not something that benefits a section. These are anti-people decisions."
Banerjee, the West Bengal chief minister, however, said her party would not like to topple the UPA government.
"We are not in favour of quitting the government. We are always in favour of not breaking the alliance. But we are committed to the people."
Banerjee said "We are the second largest ally of the UPA and we could have got more cabinet berths. We have now only the Railway ministry but that hardly matters to us. What matters to us is the people."