Mulayam's 'inside information' says Lok Sabha polls in Nov

Mulayam Singh Yadav
New Delhi, March 29: Although Congress-led UPA government is maintaining that it will complete its full-term, but its "estranged" ally Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav said that Lok Sabha Elections will he held in November (2013) this year.

SP chief says he has "inside information" that polls will be held earlier than 2014. Yadav's revelation came a day after he called Congress, a party of "cheats and thugs".

"I have come to know about a confidential report which says that elections will be held in November. You people start preparing for them," Yadav said while addressing his party workers at a rally in Lucknow.

SP supremo is continuously threatening the UPA coalition in the wake of withdrawal of support by DMK over war crimes in Sri Lanka. Now, UPA finds itself in a shaky position as most of its prominent allies including TMC has left the "sinking boat" of the coalition.

But, Congress leaders, including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh rejected Yadav's claim and said the coalition government at the centre was stable and would complete full-term.

Yadav in his address once again came up with the proposition that Third Front will form the government after next General Elections. SP supremo said neither Congress nor BJP will get the mandate to rule the country.

He also criticised two prospective prime ministerial candidates--Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

"I fail to understand all the hype being generated about Narendra Modi. He has done nothing exemplary...," said Yadav, adding all that the Bihar CM had done was to "fill up potholes".

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