1. Is Nitish adding fuel to the fire? Slams Mulayam Singh Yadav but praises Akhilesh

Is Nitish adding fuel to the fire? Slams Mulayam Singh Yadav but praises Akhilesh

Bihar CM Nitish Yadav today addressed his party workers at Patna and took digs at the political turmoil in Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. The CM tried adding fuel to the fire burning in Samajwadi Party and the Mulayam's family rift.

By: | New Delhi | Published: October 17, 2016 3:47 PM
The Bihar Chief Minister slammed SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav and praised his son Akhilesh Yadav instead. He said that Akhilesh has the potential and if he does not take risks now, he will not gain. (PTI) The Bihar Chief Minister slammed SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav and praised his son Akhilesh Yadav instead. He said that Akhilesh has the potential and if he does not take risks now, he will not gain. (PTI)

Bihar CM Nitish Yadav today addressed his party workers at Patna and took digs at the political turmoil in Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. The CM tried adding fuel to the fire burning in Samajwadi Party and the Mulayam’s family rift.

The Bihar Chief Minister slammed SP leader Mulayam Singh Yadav and praised his son Akhilesh Yadav instead. He said that Akhilesh has the potential and if he does not take risks now, he will not gain.

This comes after the SP has been in news for an internal conflict within the party. While Akhilesh had few days back said that if nobody else, he is ready to campaign alone for the upcoming UP polls in 2017. Later, Mulayam had rebuked the statement saying the MPs and elected parliamentary board will decide who the CM of Uttar Pradesh will be.

The JD(U) leader added ”We were trying to form an anti-BJP party under the leadership of Mulayam Singh but Mulayam and his party itself in a mess now.”

Nitish also said that if only UP imposes full liquor ban just like Bihar, he and his party are ready to extend support to Samajwadi Party.

Talking on the recent unrest in the nation post numerous ceasfire violations and attacks from Pakistan side, Nitish said ”when it comes to national security, we will stand united with Centre and Army but we don’t support the internal politics of issue.”

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    Dushyant Goswami
    Oct 17, 2016 at 11:11 am
    Nitish YADAV?
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      Sundar
      Oct 18, 2016 at 7:47 am
      Poor Nitish ji knows that in UP, Behen ji will never lend him an ear and Mulayam ji who is also projecting himself as the next PM candidate in the GA would snub him. In his desperation to try out Bihar type g alliance in UP, he is now trying to rope in Akhilesh into his fold which is obviously a futile action.It is a major setback as UP was the only hope for Nitish ji. Jharkhand, MP, Chhatisgarh are BJP ruled states and may continue to remain so. BJD in Orissa will never go for Nitish ji as Naveen ji in Orissa is never keen for PM candidate so any alliance is ruled out. Didi in WB and Kejriwal ji in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab are keen to project themselves as PM candidates but they are wise not to open their cards as long as Modi ji continues to remain strong. Nitish, once an ally to BJP has done a ber by breaking away, criticizing Modi and BJP and then prematurely projecting himself as next PM candidate. This shows him of being over ambitious and arrogant. His failure to prove himself to be worth for next PM by dethroning Modi may put an end to his political career as RJD in Bihar have already declared him as a de-facto CM and may pull the rug any time.
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