UP Elections 2017: Mulayam Singh’s Scripted Politicking Pointed Out By BJP

Samajwadi Party President Mulayam Singh Yadav addresses a public rally “Desh Banao, Desh Bachao”, or “Make the Country, Save the Country”, in Allahabad, India, Sunday, March 2, 2014. India’s biggest state, Uttar Pradesh, has 80 Loksabha, or lower parliamentary house, seats in the general elections later this year. Portrait of party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav is seen in the background. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

In this year’s UP battle, Mulayam Singh from Samajwadi Party has not landed on very good grounds. First he was overthrown by his own son and then was even replaced as party chief. Since then he is making enough of rebellious noises. The drama in the UP is on the peek and while countering to this, BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party) quoted the Mulayam Singh’s tantrums as completely scripted and an act of politicking. May be he played a very sly game of keeping his son away from the dirty game of competition of the politics.

Vijay Bahadur, who is BJP general secretary said, ” This is a family from Saifai and they are efficient in making continuous U-turn. Mulayam Singh Yadav is saying that they will first campaign for his younger brother Shivpal Yadav and then for son and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. Mulayam Singh’s flip-flop is not only scripted but also a clever attempt to save Akhilesh from being made responsible for an imminent loss in the state polls”.

He meant to say that this was all conspired to lure and misdirect the public from the mainstream politics.

Adding to this Pathak said that, “No matter how many campaigns they will conduct, people know the truth. They are talking about development and positive changes but everybody knows only BJP can bring the development”.

The game is not over with just Akhilesh and Mulayam’s game, but Shivapal has equal contributions to make in thsi family melodrama.

Shivpal has promptly said, “We ran the government for five years, was my ministry’s performance inferior to others”.

During early January, Mulayam Singh had promptly pointed out that he is out from any Samajwadi party campaigns and alliance between the party and Congress.

Now, returning from his own words, Mualayam Singh said he would start campaigns for Akhilesh from february 9th. Either he is carried away with sudden father-son bond or like always this is some dirty politics played.







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