SP can offer alternative at Centre, says Mulayam
Lucknow: Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday described the ongoing phase in the country`s politics as a "transition period" and said his party can offer an "alternative" at the Centre.
Yadav was addressing party workers after a meeting of district and city presidents at SP headquarters here.
The former UP chief minister asked the party cadres to prepare themselves for the next Lok Sabha polls and maintain better co-ordination between the government and the organisation.
"It is a transition period in the politics and SP was an alternative, therefore, the workers should go among the people with discipline and clean behaviour," he said.
Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has done hard work and accelerated developmental, which should be taken to the people, Yadav said.
He alleged that opposition parties were behaving in an "undemocratic" manner, spreading canard about the government and people must be informed about the reality.
"We want that policies in the interest of farmers, youths, minorities and women are implemented," he said.
He said that it was the responsibility of the district organisations to monitor works of the government and review development works.
The SP supremo said that the workers should remain cautious of the conspiracies to malign the image of the government and the organisation.
"Real power was in Delhi and there was a need to repeat the miracle UP," he said.
"In Lok Sabha elections, we should send so many MPs that the SP becomes capable of getting socialist policies implemented by the Centre," Yadav said.
Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav told the party workers that their responsibility has increased after the formation of SP government.
"Our performance will help us in Lok Sabha elections. We can make an effective interference in central politics only by increasing our number if Lok Sabha," he said.
National general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav said the people have great expectations from the government and it was the right time to implement socialist policies and programmes.
Emphasising on discipline he said that no person was permitted to misuse the power and if any minister overlooks development then it would not be in the interest of the state.
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