SP to support UPA, but oppose anti-people policies
Varanasi: Samajwadi Party on Saturday said it will continue to oppose the UPA government`s "anti-people" policies but will support it in a bid to keep the "communal forces" at bay.
"We will continue to support UPA to keep communal forces out of power but will oppose its anti-people policies," SP president Mulayam Singh Yadav told reporters here during his visit to a private nursing home, where senior party leader Ramkaran Yadav is admitted.
He was accompanied with his son Akhilesh Yadav.
To a query on the pitiable condition of religious town Varanasi, the chief minister said that all development works would be undertaken soon.
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