A political storm is brewing on the decision of UPA-II, notified on September 20, to allow 51 per cent foreign equity into the multi-brand retail market in India. Compared to the infrastructure push or restructuring labour laws, this is relatively a minor policy measure. Yet it has precipitated a political crisis. West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has left the coalition. The BJP is taking a stubborn stand against it. And most Indians are concerned