1. Indiscipline within Samajwadi Party won’t be tolerated, warns Shivpal Yadav

Indiscipline within Samajwadi Party won’t be tolerated, warns Shivpal Yadav

Samajwadi Party state unit head and party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Monday cautioned the party leaders of going against the discipline of the party.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 25, 2016 12:29 PM
Shivpal Yadav laments that even though he had also worked hard for the growth of party, he did not get anything in return. Shivpal Yadav laments that even though he had also worked hard for the growth of party, he did not get anything in return.

Samajwadi Party state unit head and party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Monday cautioned the party leaders of going against the discipline of the party. Addressing the party meet along with Mulayam Singh Yadav and state chief minister Akhilesh, with whom he is having an uneasy relation since past one month, said that the indiscipline within the party which has reached because of the efforts of his elder brother, won’t be tolerated.

Rejecting Akhilesh’s claim of not being forming another party, Shivpal added with a vow that his nephew had indeed spoken of him of splitting the party. He also added that only honest workers should be allowed to stay in the party and asked why Mukhtar Ansari keeps on raking up even though he did not join the party.

Shivpal Yadav also stressed that the leadership in the state of should be handled by the party chief himself , while he should also be given some autonomy.

He also had a word of caution for those are “ working to weaken the party” and added that they should keep in mind that Samajwadi Party is returning to power after 2017 Assembly polls in the state.

During his speech, Shivpal Yadav also lamented that even while he had also worked hard for the growth of the party and covered the whole state in cycle, while his nephew Akhilesh Yadav was elevated as state’s party president, he did not get anything in return and that all his ministerial portfolios have also been snatched away by the chief minister on Sunday.

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