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After Mulayam became CM, leaders of opposition parties used to come to Shivpal, they used to help



In 2003, Mulayam Singh Yadav became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Shivpal had told that after this many people used to come to him to ask for help.

All political parties have started preparations for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly. While Akhilesh Yadav is campaigning on behalf of the Samajwadi Party, Chacha Shivpal Singh Yadav is in the fray for the Progressive Samajwadi Party. The resentment between Shivpal and Akhilesh had come to the fore before the 2017 assembly elections. This was the reason why Shivpal had formed his own party.

There is a discussion in the political corridors that this time Mulayam Singh Yadav’s younger brother Shivpal Singh Yadav can contest from Gunnaur. While talking to ‘The Laltop’, Shivpal clarified on this and said, ‘Netaji has also contested elections from Gunnaur. After becoming CM in 2003, when he contested from there, he won with such huge votes that it is not even possible to match him. I have also made a lot of progress in that area. Most of the people there do farming. Before Netaji became the CM, there was not even a school there. After the formation of the SP government, I got a lot of work done.

Journalist Saurabh Dwivedi questions Shivpal, ‘You are talking about the 2003 government. It is said that Mulayam Singh ji formed the government with the blessings of BJP. How much truth is there in this?’ Shivpal replies, ‘There is no truth in this. The largest party was the Samajwadi Party, so the governor gave a chance. BJP MLAs were very angry with the government and were also in touch with us. Dozens of MLAs were in touch with us.

Came to ask for help: Shivpal Singh Yadav further says, ‘You should find out from anyone. No MLA of BSP, Congress and BJP can harm us. Because after taking oath in a democracy, the leader does not belong to any party. I did the same thing while being a minister. Be it MLA of any party or general public, I have not denied anyone. If his work is justified, then he should definitely do it. What is the objection to this? I helped everyone the way I could.

Let us tell you, in the year 2003, Mulayam Singh Yadav had submitted his claim to form the government in front of the Governor. Till then there were not enough MLAs in his favor. Meanwhile, on August 27, 2003, 13 BSP MLAs met the Governor and submitted a letter to him. It was said that he supports Mulayam Singh Yadav for the post of Chief Minister. The BSP had also opposed it a lot, but it did not yield any result and Mulayam became the CM.

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