India Against Corruption (IAC) leader Yogendra Yadav on Thursday said the failed attempt by Trinamool Congress to bring a no-confidence motion against the UPA government in Parliament was a 'small game' to prove that it is different.
"These are small games played by political parties who want to put up a show in Parliament. They try to show that they are different from others when they are not," the political analyst working with activist Arvind Kejriwal told reporters here.
"There are small differences between TMC and UPA which are exaggerated. I don't know why should we be interested in these games," he said when asked to comment on TMC's opposition to FDI in multi-brand retail and other issues.
Kejriwal is scheduled to announce his political party on November 26.
TMC's no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha against the UPA government over FDI in retail flopped earlier in the day in the absence of requisite numbers.