PM to release UPA Govt's report card
The report card will list its achievements since its inauguration on May 22, 2004.india Updated: May 22, 2006 15:26 IST
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will release a report card on two years of his United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government on Monday evening, listing its achievements since its inauguration on May 22, 2004.
The release of the 'Report to the People', to mark the second anniversary of the UPA government, by the Prime Minister at his official 7, Race Course Road residence will be followed by a dinner for key constituents and allies, officials said.
Some of his key cabinet colleagues like Finance Minister P Chidambaram, Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee, Home Minister Shivraj Patil and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad are also scheduled to make presentations, officials added.
UPA chairperson and Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi and some Left leaders like Communist Party of India general secretary AB Bardhan and his Marxist counterpart Prakash Karat are also scheduled to attend the event.
Gandhi will also chair a meeting of the UPA's coordination committee on Tuesday to review the government's performance, where the Left parties - who lend outside support to the coalition - have also been invited, officials said.