Expressing his disappointment over the situation in the party, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav Monday said he felt sad due to the rift within the ‘SP family’. “I feel really sad because of this rift in our family. Instead of fighting our weaknesses we are fighting amongst ourselves,” said Mulayam Singh at the Samajwadi Party meeting in Lucknow.
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Mulayam also addressed the issue of his brother Shivpal Singh’s sacking and praised him for his efforts in the party. “I will never forget the work Shivpal has done for me and Samajwadi Party. Drunkards, goons have been added to the party. You get some power and it goes to your head. Shivpal Yadav is leader of the masses,” Mulayam Singh said.
Mulayam also came out in support of Amar Singh and said that “all his sins were forgiven”. “Amar Singh is my brother. I can’t leave Amar Singh or Shivpal Yadav. All of Amar Singh’s sins are forgiven,” said Mulayam.
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