Mulayam warns Mayawati of tit-for-tat

Last Updated: Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 20:37

Lucknow: Alleging that fake cases were being
framed against Samajwadi Party workers, party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav Thursday warned UP Chief Minister Mayawati that she
might have to face the same situation in days to come.

"In days to come when Samajwadi Party comes to power we
are not going to let off any of the guilty persons and I
consider her (Mayawati) guilty," Yadav who had yesterday
visited party leaders and independent MLA from Kunda, Raghuraj
Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiya, lodged in Bareilly jail told
newspersons here.

Yadav who had issued a similar warning yesterday that
probe would be conducted into the acts of Mayawati government
on coming to power, stressed that the life of those indulging
in injustice is very short.

"At the most it could be for another year," he said
indicating at the Assembly elections in the state scheduled
next year.

He asked the chief minister to release all 11 SP leaders
lodged in the Bareilly jail unconditionally.

Yadav said he has asked the party unit to prepare a
strategy and resolved to fight against the state government
with the help of the people.
Taking a dig at the media which he claimed had run a
campaign against his government branding it as `Goonda Raj`,
Yadav said the goonda elements in his party were shown
the door but they all joined the BSP.

"We did not field such elements in the elections and
the media should find out as to which party gave them
tickets," he said.
Asking as to why the Mayawati government had only been
targeting the Samajwadi Party workers, he said it should be
probed why no member of any other political party is being
framed.

The SP chief also took strong exception to comparison
being drawn between him and Mayawati, and said that it was an
insult for him.

PTI

First Published: Thursday, February 3, 2011 - 20:37

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