Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav has no plans to attend the INDIA bloc meeting scheduled in Delhi on Dec 6, but Prof. Ram Gopal Yadav or any other leader will join
'UP will never forget misdeeds of SP': CM Yogi slams Aklihesh, lists out irregularities in his regime
CM Yogi continued his onslaught on the opposition by listing instances of corruption and irregularities allegedly committed in various projects during SP rule.
CM Yogi said, “Right now, you have heard only half of the answer. If you listen to it completely, perhaps the history will come alive in your mind.
Akhilesh Yadav pointed out that even today, most people are doing transactions in cash instead of digital mode. He added that inflation, unemployment and corruption remain to be at its peak.
Akhilesh told partymen that his party would contest 65 seats out of 80 if the INDIA alliance was still standing when the elections take place next year
During the last few days, Yadav has publicly expressed his unhappiness with the Congress over the failure to arrive at a seat-sharing arrangement in Madhya Pradesh.
'Tried our best but...': Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath on seat-sharing with Akhilesh Yadav
Kamal Nath's remarks came after Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday said that his party extended support to the Congress to form their government in Madhya Pradesh not once but twice.
While Akhilesh’s uncle Ramgopal Yadav hit back at former MP CM and Congress stalwart Kamal Nath by calling him ‘chhutbhaiyya neta (ordinary leader) for his remark.
The ongoing rift between the two parties is raising concerns about the unity of the Indian alliance and its ability to effectively challenge the BJP on a national level.
Earlier, while interacting with media persons in Shahjahanpur, Akhilesh Yadav accused the Congress of betrayal.
The Madhya Pradesh assembly elections have triggered major differences between two key INDIA alliance constituents — Samajwadi Party and Congress.
“Will we have to call for a complete revolution like Jayaprakash Narain ji even for garlanding his bust? If that is acceptable to the BJP then so be it.”
Rajinikanth reached Lucknow on Friday to promote his film "Jailer", which hit the screens on August 10.
Akhilesh also asserted that the saffron party is hosting the national flag in every house to "conceal the fact that people associated with RSS-BJP ideology did not support Quit India Movement."
Adityanath also claimed that Akhilesh could never feel the pain of the deprived, downtrodden and farmer community as he had not been in those shoes ever.
The BJP, Akhilesh alleged, is spreading hatred in the entire country and disturbing social amity to achieve its political agenda.
The caution has come after party MLC and BJP turncoat Swami Prasad Maurya’s diatribe claiming that Badrinath temple was built after demolishing the original Buddhist shrine.
Rajbhar met CM Yogi Adityanath on Thursday and came out with two announcements -- first, he would make efforts to get Rajbhars included in the SC bracket.
Akhilesh stayed at a private resort and visited the General Thimayya Museum in Madikeri on Wednesday.
Taking a jibe at the proposed July 18 meeting of the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Akhilesh said "those who indulged in copying others have never become successful."