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With new slogan, Samajwadi Party set to ‘win hearts’

By Oneindia Staff Writer
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After the Samajwadi Party faced humiliating defeat in the recently concluded Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, the political party is planning to bring various changes its functioning and overall look to make it relevant in the state politics, once again. The first change the SP has introduced is to come up with a new slogan.

New slogan, new image

New slogan, new image

Former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party on Monday released a poster with the slogan--Aapki Cycle sadaa chalegi aapke naam se, fir pradesh ka dil jeetenge hum milkar apne kaam se (Your cycle will always be yours, we will win the hearts of the people again in the state with our work).

Picture credit: Social Media

The ‘bicycle’ party

The ‘bicycle’ party

The party-which symbol is bicycle-saw several ups and downs in the recent times. Earlier, the current head of the Samajwadi Party, Akhilesh, fought a bitter battle with his father and party founder, Mulayam Singh Yadav, to take control over the 25-year-old political outfit. However, the party managed to win only 47 seats in the 403-member Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections recently.

Picture credit: Facebook account of @samajwadiparty

Forget the past, welcome the future

Forget the past, welcome the future

For the assembly elections, the Samajwadi Party came up with the slogan kaam bolta hai (Work speaks). However, the slogan failed to create any magic and the party lost the elections to the Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP and its allies won 325 seats.

Picture credit: Facebook account of @samajwadiparty

Latest membership drive

Latest membership drive

Recently, the Samajwadi Party leaders addressed the media. The party also hosted a national executive meeting in Lucknow. "We would undertake a membership drive afresh from April 15," Akhilesh told the media.

Picture credit: Twitter account of @yadavakhilesh

Relevance of party patriarch

Relevance of party patriarch

In this image, party supremo Mulayam is seen paying tribute to Late Ram Manohar Lohia, the great socialist leader. These days, Mulayam is hardly seen in public space as his son Akhilesh is running the Samajwadi Party.

Picture credit: Facebook account of @samajwadiparty

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