Speaking to mediapersons, his first in around two years, Mulayam said, “...the BJP is in power and some of its leaders believe that what is happening is wrong and it will affect the party instead... With his speeches and brilliance, Azam has become a leader of a national stature and that is why the BJP has problems.”
Among these five seats, while others seem to be in a better position against rival candidates, the equations on Kannauj and Firozabad seats has made the fight toughest for Dimple and Akshay this election.
A day after he split from Nitish Kumar’s grand alliance, Mulayam Singh Yadav slammed the latter’s party for having once formed a coalition with the BJP. “The JD(U), which was in government with the BJP, has now become secular,” Mulayam said Tuesday while addressing the national convention of the SP’s women wing in Delhi. “Ayodhya […]
Samajwadi Party walking out of Janta Parivar or Bihar’s Grand Alliance will create more psychological dents than physical ones. The Samajwadi Party (SP) does not have a presence in Bihar and Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad could not have afforded to give the party more than 10+ seats for practical reasons. SP was not given […]