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Samajwadi Party War: Are Akhilesh Yadav and Mulayam Singh Yadav victims of black magic?

By Oneindia Staff Writer

Lucknow, Nov 2: The theory of black magic causing harm to the political bigwigs across the nation is gaining quite a momentum in the last few days.

Recently we have reported about a top astrologer's claim that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is a victim of black magic.

Akhilesh Singh Mulayam Singh Yadav

The leading spiritual leader, who did not reveal his identity for security reasons, claims that black magic is the reason behind prolong illness of Amma.

Now, reports have surfaced that the rift in the Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh is also the result of black magic.

According to an article published by Firstpost, supporters of Akhilesh believed that senior SP leader Shivpal Singh Yadav was using black magic against the Chief Minister and Mulayam Singh Yadav because the SP supremo broke his promise of making Shivpal the CM after three years.

Earlier, Udayveer Singh, a first time Member of Legislative Council, wrote a 'private letter' to Mulayam which had found its way into the media.

Udayveer accused Mulayam's second wife Sadhna of harbouring ill feeling towards her stepson Akhilesh.

Udayveer added that Shivpal, uncle of Akhilesh and brother of Mulayam, was jealous of the Chief Minister's popularity.

Accusing Sadhna and Shivpal of collusion, Udayveer alleged that the Chief Minister was being subject to black magic with a view to harm him.

In recent times, we have seen the dirty internal wars of Yadav family members being played out in the open in full public view. In all these developments, we can say one thing for sure, in the struggle for power, family becomes secondary.

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