Mulayam asks SP workers to prepare for 2007 assembly polls
Etawah, Apr 16 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today appealed to all party workers to work for a two third majority in the next Assembly polls slated for 2007.
Addressing a public rally at his native district here, Mr Yadav said workers need to adopt proactive stance for ensuring a two-thirds majority for the party in the next Assembly elections.
Mr Yadav said the SP workers need to give a befitting answer to opposition -- BJP, BSP and the Congress -- conspiring against the SP.
The apt answer to the unholy nexus will be a two-third majority for SP so that it forms the next government in the state.
''The next Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh will be historic and signal success to catapult the party to power at the centre also,'' Mr Yadav added.
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