Thiruvananthapuram: Amidst the discontent voiced by JD(U), a partner in Congress-led ruling UDF, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy expressed confidence that no partner in the Front would leave from it.
"No ally of the UDF will leave the Front. The UDF would face the next assembly polls in 2016 with the same constituents and any issues among the partners would be sorted out", Chandy told reporters here.
On the issues raised by JD(U) state President M P Veerendarakumar, Chandy said there were substances in the complaint of the leader.
Complaints of the Front partners would be addressed very seriously and steps would be taken to resolve their problems, he said, adding, the Front would move forward unitedly.
The government would have fallen earlier itself if it was a shaky one, Chandy said to a question on the stability of the government that entered fifth year into office.
Veerendrakumar had said that the party was not getting due consideration from the UDF.
He had also stated that the party had 'sour experiences' after it joined the Front, but maintained it would continue to be a coalition partner.