"The decision would be taken soon," Mayawati said, adding "Since the executive committee has authorised me to take the fianl decision, I will take stock of prevailing situation before deciding it." However, Mayawati did not elaborate any time frame on the issue.
Blasting the UPA, Mayawati said every section - farmers, labourers, traders and others - had been facing massive problems. She said it was now her responsibility to assess the prevailing situation in the country and also look into the interest of BSP movement, before taking decision on the support issue.
In view of wrong policies and anti-people decisions the problems had worsened, Mayawati said and added corruption had also assumed serious dimension and the UPA government did not take any action to reverse the situation.
Mayawati said after Tuesday's rally BSP had two rounds of meeting of national executive committee to discuss the prevailing situation in the country. Mayawati said that BSP leaders had authorized her to take an appropriate decision on the issue of support to the UPA at the right moment.
She also announced countrywide movement to pressure the central government to withdraw anti-people policies. She said in view of prevailing uncertainty the Lok Sabha election could be held before 2014.