"Some people are making efforts to disturb brotherhood in the state. They are conspiring to vitiate the atmosphere," Mulayam said here.
The former UP chief minister was addressing a function on the occasion of 89th birthday of senior Congress leader N D Tiwari. "We are alert now. Those spreading fire of hatred will not succeed. We will give such a befitting reply that they will never dare to conspire," he added.
Mulayam: Govt to take strict action against people spreading hatred
Mulayam claimed that all opposition parties were wary of the increasing popularity of SP and all sections of the society were with the party. "I will ask government to give employment to the youths. The government is doing a good job. We have to take resolve to go among the people," he said.
He said that today farmers were helpless and the youths were unemployed. "A lot has to be done, there is a big challenge before the country," he said.