Senior Samajwadi Party pioneer Shivpal Singh Yadav today said the decision in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly race did not connote lost the gathering but rather that of haughtiness.
In a hidden assault on Akhilesh Yadav, senior Samajwadi Party pioneer Shivpal Singh Yadav today said the decision in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly race did not imply lost the gathering but rather that of “self-importance.”
Shivpal, who is driving from his customary seat of Jaswant Nagar by about 15,000 votes, was sacked as state SP president by Akhilesh Yadav after a severe war that saw him seize control of gathering issues.
“This is not a thrashing of communists (Samajwadi), this is an annihilation of egotism. Netaji was expelled (as national SP president) and I was offended,” Shivpal told a nearby TV channel.
According to the most recent patterns rolling in from the UP, SP was driving on 59 situates in contrast with BJP’s lead on 292 seats.
SP’s union accomplice Congress has been confined to 11 Assembly voting demographics in 403-part Assembly.
Akhilesh supplanted Mulayam Singh Yadav as national leader of the SP on January 1, who took the battle to the Election Commission. The surveys body at last decided for Akhilesh, giving him control over the gathering and race image of “bike”