Akhilesh, along with senior party leader Ahmad Hasan, gave a memorandum to the Governor and sought his intervention to check deteriorating law and order situation in the state.
The Samajwadi leader was brought to Delhi from Lucknow in a chartered plane on Monday night and was admitted in Gurugram's Medanta hospital.
The SP leader was admitted to the hospital on Sunday due to high levels of blood sugar and was being treated by Doctor Bhuvan Chandra Tiwari.
'As far as the alliance is concerned, if we have to contest alone in the Uttar Pradesh by-elections, I will consult my party leaders on our future strategy,' he said.
Party chief Chaudhary Ajit Singh and Jayant Chaudhary will decide on the number of seats the party will contest and the matter may be discussed during a meeting in the next few days, the party said.
Akhilesh's remarks came after BSP chief Mayawati said her party will fight the upcoming bypolls alone, but can work with the SP in future if Yadav is able to 'fulfil his duties'.
The BSP supremo said that the Samajwadi Party’s vote bank- the Yadav community - didn’t support the alliance in the recently held Lok Sabha polls.
'SP, BSP will fight together for social justice': Akhilesh after Mayawati's hint of dropping alliance
No one has got the official stand of the BSP regarding the alliance. We are waiting for an official statement, SP chief spokesperson Rajendra Chaudhary said.
Mayawati said her party had not benefited from the alliance with the Samajwadi Party.
Akhilesh has already sacked all 40 media panellists who he had nominated earlier for participating in media debates and putting forth the party’s perspective.
The alliance, stitched up with Akhilesh taking the first step despite his father’s strong opposition, ended up winning just 15 of 80 seats against a prediction of 56 in the Lok Sabha elections.
In Banda again, Shyama Charan Gupta of SP secured 4,18,988 and lost by a margin of 58,553 to BJP’s RK Singh Patel who got 4,77,926 votes.
Poll figures indicate that had Congress been a part of 'gathbandhan' in Uttar Pradesh, it would have been more formidable impacting the outcome of at least 10 seats.
The former Chief Minister asked party workers not to waste time but to launch a door-to-door campaign and create awareness about the anti-people policies of the BJP at the Centre and in the state.
After a humiliating drubbing at the polls, Mayawati faces the challenge of staying relevant in politics and Akhilesh Yadav of saving his image and vote bank