NEW DELHI: In the wake of speculation about Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi quitting following criticism by the Trinamool Congress leadership over the rail fare hike, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday scotched the rumours, saying he had not received any resignation.
He also noted that his government was stable and he had already said that his government had the numbers in parliament.
"I have not received any resignation," Singh said on the sidelines of a defence investiture ceremony at Rastrapati Bhavan here, when asked if Trivedi had quit.
"Of course, the government is stable. I have already said yesterday that we have all the numbers," he said when asked about the stability of the UPA government.