Lucknow, Jun 29 (UNI) Keeping all options open on a possible alliance with the Congress, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today said his party's decision to support the UPA government would be taken in the meeting of the UNPA to be held at New Delhi on July 3.
'' We have ideological and policy differences with the Congress but the party will honour the sentiments of the people and will do accordingly,'' he said while talking to mediapersons after holding a meeting of the party's district president and other office - bearers.
He, however, did not elaborate much on his party's possible alliance with the Congress in the coming Lok Sabha polls.'' There is nothing much to say about the issue at this moment but I can assure that we will move ahead in this matter after taking in consideration the peoples' mandate,'' he said.
Mr Yadav said the UNPA meeting will decide on whether to go with the Congress or support the UPA government at Centre in wake of the growing differences between the Congress and Left parties.
The SP supremo also contradicted any difference with Rashtriya Janata Dal(RJD) president and Railway minister Lalu Prasad.'' ''There is no difference between us and we are united,'' he commented.
In the meeting, Mr Prasad called upon the party workers to be prepared for the Lok Sabha polls. He also cautioned the workers of the conspiracy of the BSP government in the state to demoralise the party activists by registering fake cases against them and through other illegal means.
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