No BJP and No Congress will go for developing parties says Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav

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Akilesh Yadav has accused the UP CM, Adityanath on driving the state towards corruption and oppression. And the BJP will lose the elections over failing the people.

Not in favour of alliance with the greater power

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav is not in favour of an alliance with the greater powers for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls due next year rather he is open to tie-ups with smaller parties. The Samajwadi Party is a fragment of socialist-leaning groups and founded by party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav, the father of Akhilesh. Since the family feud. Akhilesh remains the national leader of the party.

350 seats of the total 403 in the election

The SP’s target was 350 seats of the total 403 in the election seen as a test of voters’ preference ahead of the 2024 general election. “The BJP is going to lose the upcoming UP elections… they failed the people of UP in the biggest test of their leadership. People were abandoned by the government,” said Akhilesh.

The 47-year-old made an impact on the poll campaign, pointing to the dissidence against Yogi Adityanath.

Reversed Mulayam’s order

Mulayam termed the national convention as illegal and directly expelled his cousin, Ram Gopal Yadav, who had convened the national executive convention. But the Election Commission ruled that Ram Gopal Yadav had the right to convene that executive convention, and reversed Mulayam’s order. After that Akhilesh officially became the new national leader of the party.

What do you feel about the current situation in the UP? Is Akilesh’s strategy fruitful?

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