Govt hopes for acceptable solution on N-deal

Govt hopes for acceptable solution on N-deal
New Delhi, Jun 27 (PTI) In the midst of a deepening standoff with the Left parties, government today expressed the hope that an "acceptable" solution will be arrived at on the Indo-US nuclear deal.

Acknowledging that there was a constraint of time in implementation of the Indo-US nuclear deal, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said that views of different sections had to be considered.

"We are discussing with all parties concerned. We hope that after this we will arrive at an acceptable solution," Mukherjee said at a joint press conference with Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi here when asked about the Indo-US nuclear deal.

"I am aware of the constraints of time, but we have to keep in view the concerns of different sections which have to be addressed," he said.

After the virtual collapse of talks between the UPA and Left over the Indo-US nuclear deal, government appears to be weighing various options before it on whether to push the agreement forward.

The Left parties, which are virtually reconciled to the possibility of the government approaching the IAEA to sign the safeguards agreement, have, however, warned against going ahead with the deal.

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