Shivpal Yadav’s son Aditya predicts loss for Samajwadi party in UP 2017 polls
Samajwadi Party state president ShivpalYadav’s son Aditya Yadav virtually agreed that his party would not get a majority in the 2017 UP election. According to Aditya, the party might get only around 170 seats in the 403-member state assembly due to their own internal conflicts.
This is the minimum number of seats that we would win, eventually, the tally would higher, Aditya added. He also claimed that the situation is likely to be changed in SP’s favor and they would form the government.
There is no conflict within the family the family, but there were differences in opinion when it came to the Party’s youth wing, Aditya claimed. When Aditya was faced the questions about Akhilesh’s Rath Yatra alone, he replied that even last time Ahilesh had led the Yatra alone.
Aditya also said that his participation is expected at the party’s silver jubilee event in Lucknow on November 5. “He has not assured that he would participate as his yatra would also commence at the same time. Still, he has said that he will try his best to come,” he added
As quoted by Indian Express, Aditya, said: This is nonsense. The issue was between the senior family members who are also in active politics. There are no differences among the women in the family.”
Aditya commented when asked if Akhilesh was about to float a new party, “People know how much time it takes to float a new party and elections are already round the corner… It’s all perception and fake news. Akhilesh is our CM and is the next CM face… this has already been declared by senior leaders.”