Etawah: Samajwadi Celebration patron Mulayam Singh Yadav on Sunday stated there was no rift within the social gathering and his son Akhilesh Yadav will grow to be Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister once more.
"There isn’t a rift in SP. Akhilesh will grow to be chief minister as plenty of growth work was performed in his regime," Yadav advised reporters after casting his vote in Etawah.
Requested why he was not actively campaigning for his social gathering candidates, he stated, "I’m campaigning. Different phases are left, I’ll marketing campaign."
Meeting elections in UP are scheduled in seven phases, two of which have been accomplished whereas the third is underway right this moment. The remaining phases will probably be held on 23 and 27 February and March four and eight. The outcomes will probably be out on March 11.
When requested about his brother Shivpal Yadav, who’s contesting from Jaswant Nagar in SP stronghold Etawah, Yadav stated, "He’ll win by an enormous margin".
Requested about "adopted son" comment of Prime Minister, the SP patriarch stated, "He can say no matter he desires. The very fact stays that UP has adopted the Samajwadi Celebration." Priyanka Gandhi too joined her brother and Congress vp Rahul Gandhi in attacking Modi over his "adopted son" comment, saying in Rae Bareli on Friday that UP doesn’t want an outsider when it has its personal youth to take it ahead.
"Modiji, does the state must undertake anybody from outdoors? Is there no youth right here?…You’ve gotten two such youth in Rahulji and Akhileshji earlier than you who’ve UP of their hearts and thoughts," Priyanka had stated.
Even right this moment, Modi stated in Fatehpur that, "UP is like my 'mai-baap' (guardian). I’m not a son who will ditch his 'mai-baap'. I’ll all the time deal with Uttar Pradesh." Amid change of barbs on the adopted son comment, BSP supremo Mayawati has stated in her personal type that folks of UP have determined to make sure the victory of their "personal daughter" moderately than the "adopted son" within the ongoing polls.