Lucknow, Nov 28: Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav are set to turn their political friendship into relationship.
If media reports are too be believed, Mulayam Singh's grand-nephew Tej Pratap is set to tie the knot with Lalu's youngest daughter Raj Lakshmi.
The engagement may take place in mid-December while the grand wedding is being planned in mid February.
This development comes after Mulayam and Lalu announced to come together to reincarnate the Janata Dal.
Tej Pratap who was born to Late Ranveer Singh Yadav and Mridula Yadav on November 21, 1987 in Saifai village of Etawah district entered Lok Sabha from family stronghold of Mainpuri after Mulayam vacated the seat.
Media reports say that this marriage is being viewed as the prelude to the mega merger which the Janata Dal breakaways are planning.
The two party chiefs had split during the 1990s for leadership of the Mandal classes and Mulayam had even publicly regretted when Lalu vetoed his name for prime ministership in the United Front government in 1997.
The marriage will definitely bring the RJD and SP together and erase bitter memories of the 1990s.