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Rahul Gandhi On Alliance With Samajwadi Party

Posted by Kokolicious on August 30th, 2008

Rahul Gandhi, the emerging leader of the Congress Party, has recently visited Uttar Pradesh. In the heartland of the state, he attended a meeting with Pradesh party members and discussed about the poll strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections in 2009.

Rahul Gandhi made it clear for the first time about the prospective alliance with Mulayam Singh Yadav‘s Samajwadi Party. Digvijay Singh, General Secretary, AICC told media, "In the post-vote-of-confidence scenario we will discuss our relation with the Samajwadi Party. And I have spoken to Amar Singh and on August 30th and 31st we will meet,"

The alliance with SP is not going to be an easier pact for the Congress Party. There are 80 Lak Sabha seats in the state but Mulayam Singh’s party wants to give only 15 seats to the Congress. However, the Congress demands at least 30 seats.

Let’s see, how does the Congress settle with SP? Since, Mulayam Singh and Amar Singh are the same persons who used to curse Congress Party and its leadership during the tenure of SP in UP. But, growing popularity and power of Mayawati in the state has compelled both parties to shake hands with each other. ‘It is good to strike the serpent’s head with your enemy’s hand’, it is common in Indian politics these days.

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