India Politics

2019 Loksabha Elections: Shivpal Yadav’s Samajwadi Secular Morcha decides to contest on 80 seats in UP

After being marginalized in the Samajwadi Party (SP), Shivpal Singh Yadav (Shivpal Yadav), who recently formed the ‘Samajwadi Secular Morcha’, said on Monday that he was called ‘Netaji’ ie his elder brother Mulayam Singh Yadav gives him blessings. He also said that after Mulayam and his humiliation by SP, he had to compulsorily set up Samajwadi Secular Morcha. For his party’s preparation to contest the next Lok Sabha election, Shivpal said, “We will fight in all the 80 seats of the state together with the same ideologically small parties.” We will be in the election with socialist and secular values and will take the fight of social justice ahead. ”

When asked to Shivpal, how will the Secular Front strengthen its place in the election race due to having many big parties in Uttar Pradesh? He said, ‘Do not vote for our fight in the context of any coalition or party special. If we see this belief, then there should be only two parties in India. ‘

Whatever I could do to keep the SP united, I did. SP has wandered from its fundamentals. Millions of committed hardworking socialist activists were humiliated and neglected. Netaji’s and ours too were insulted from time to time. All my efforts to return SPA to his original ideology proved futile.

As far as the third party is concerned about the benefits, we are not thinking about it. Do not even think about it. I just know that today the most powerful option in UP politics and the secular front is and we are taking it among the people. ” Shivpal said that the decision to constitute the Secular Front was taken very carefully, after discussions with experienced people of all secular socialist ideologies. He said that it is no longer possible to compromise with the principles by staying in the SP, straying from its original ideology and principles.


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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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