Kolkata: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, who recently pulled out of the UPA over the reform measures taken by it, has once again hit out at the government, calling it "by the corruption, of the corruption and for the corruption".
In an exclusive interview with IBN18 Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai, the West Bengal Chief Minister questioned the stability of the Centre saying Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati may bail out the government for now, but people won't bail them out in future.
She also claimed that the Congress would bring a populist budget and go for General Elections in 2013.
Mamata Banerjee accused the government of misusing power and monitoring the Income Tax files of the Trinamool Congress.
"They will go for elections after the Budget Session. They will give a populist budget and go to polls...they will go for elections in 2013," said Banerjee.
The Trinamool Congress chief further accused the government of misusing its power and alleged that it had begun monitoring the Income Tax documents of her party.
Terming the government as "very arrogant", the Trinamool Congress chief said, "The Congress does not consult any ally in the UPA. They have lost the moral right to govern."
She even attacked the Prime Minister pointing that Manmohan Singh was not a grassroot leader, and accused the government of using "money, muscle and mafia power".
When asked about her fallout with Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, who has decided to support the UPA after Banerjee's exit, during the presidential elections, the West Bengal Chief Minister said that she had not held anything against him as even his party had its "political compulsions".
Banerjee, however, maintained that it was because of her that Pranab Mukherjee became the President of the country.