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Congress has lost right to return to power: Mulayam Singh Yadav

Wednesday, 30 April 2014 - 7:12pm IST | Place: Gonda | Agency: PTI
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Taking a dig at Congress-led UPA government for rising inflation in the country, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday said Congress has now lost right to return to the power. "Congress which has trapped the country in the net of inflation has no right to return to the power," Yadav said while addressing a public meeting in support of party Lok Sabha candidate Nandita Shukla in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh.

During the regime of Congress-led UPA, people of the country were crushed under the burden of price rise, he said. Yadav claimed that after elections third front would form the government and SP would emerge as the largest party. He said if a government is formed under the leadership of SP or with its support then recommendations of Sachar committee would be implemented and Muslims would be given benefit of reservation.

Assuring to give reservation benefit to poor people of upper castes like Dalits, he said a commission would be constituted in this regard. Mulayam said that from July onwards free education would be provided throughout Uttar Pradesh. He said that those betraying the party would not be spared.




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