Despite the persistent attack from Opposition on various issues over the last few months, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tonight said he was "not disturbed" and that he was hopeful that the "winter" would go away.
"Well, I am not disturbed. But I have always believed when winter comes, can spring be far behind," he remarked during an interaction with accompanying journalists while returning from his two-nation tour of China and Kazakhstan.
He was responding when asked whether the persistent attack by opposition on him over the last several months had disturbed him.
Asked when he would fulfil his promise of another reshuffle of his Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister indicated that it would be some time away.
"Well, there is still some time to go," he responded.