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Bihar CM Nitish Kumar may not attend Samajwadi Party event
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Nitish Kumar may not attend silver jubilee ceremony of Samajwa...

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar may not attend the silver jubilee ceremony of Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party in November. The post Nitish Kumar may not attend silver jubilee ceremony of Samajwadi Party appeared first on Firstpost . First, 5 hours ago

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Samajwadi party rift: Amar Singh expresses grief, says hurt by CM Akhilesh Yadav's 'dalal' comment

Ahead of Diwali, cracker boxes with photos of political party leaders and surgical strikes hit the Uttar Pradesh market. (Source: ANI) Over the Samajwadi party rift and as the heat gradually touches Amar Singh, the businessman known as the crisis ...
 Financial Express2 hours ago Ongoing samajwadi party feud a "family drama": Naseemuddin Siddiqui  Economic Times2 hours ago SP feud flares as party expels yet another Akhilesh loyalist  Qatar Tribune9 hours ago Akhilesh, Shivpal head for showdown  Deccan Herald15 hours ago

In Samajwadi Party Stronghold, Amit Shah Invokes Army's Surgical Strikes

Etawah (Uttar Pradesh): Addressing locals in the Samajwadi Party bastion of Etawah, BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday invoked the Indian Army's cross-LoC surgical strikes, despite repeated assurances from senior ministers that the party will not ...
 News18.com57 minutes ago UP: Amit Shah slams Samajwadi Party, refers to surgical strikes in Etawah rally  catchnews.com13 minutes ago

JD(U) to support SP if Akhilesh is in command

The JD(U) will support the Samajwadi Party (SP) in Uttar Pradesh (UP) Assembly elections only if it is led by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. The JD(U) leaders on Wednesday also claimed that they were in touch with SP leaders. "We are in touch with leaders in ...
 Deccan Herald15 hours ago Only SP pioneer Mulayam Singh Yadav can resolve party issues: JD(U) leader Rajiv Ranjan  catchnews.com7 hours ago Only Mulayam can salvage SP, says JD (U)  Sify7 hours ago Only Mulayam Singh Yadav can salvage Samajwadi Party, says JD (U)  Financial Express7 hours ago
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BSP keenly watching SP feud, eying Muslim voters

The acrimony in ruling Samajwadi Party ahead of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections appears to have all the ingredients to change the electoral prospects of key players. Beleaguered Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has a support base among the ...
 Business Standard2 days ago Cong now a corporate party: Rita Bahuguna Joshi  Times of India18 hours ago Congress a party of corporate affairs: Rita Bahuguna  Times of India8 hours ago BSP keenly watching Samajwadi Party feud, eying Muslim voters  India.com2 days ago
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Yadav family busy fighting, they lack concentration to govern UP: Congress Mallikarjun Kharge

The Congress party on Wednesday slammed the ongoing infighting in the Samajwadi Party, and urged Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav to focus on redressal of peoples grievance. "It is their internal matter as father, son, nephew and uncle everybody is ...
 catchnews.com9 hours ago Akhilesh lacks concentration to run government: Kharge  Business Standard9 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Samajwadi Party loses but Akhilesh Yadav wins

Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party may have lost ground in the bitter battle that has played out in Uttar Pradesh in the past two months but, ironically, it is chief minister Akhilesh Yadav who has gained tremendously in terms of support and popularity. ...
 Deccan Chronicle16 hours ago Akhilesh Yadav emerges stronger as SP wobbles  Asian Age17 hours ago

Congress to forge alliance with Samajwadi Party for Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections?

Amid speculations about a split in the Samajawadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress is keeping a close watch while not ruling out an alliance with a breakaway faction in case such a situation arises, an informed source said on Wednesday. "It is an evolving ...
 Zee News18 hours ago Congress closely watching Samajwadi Party developments  News Track India20 hours ago Samajwadi Party Uttar Pradesh chief Shivpal Yadav expels 7 party leaders  catchnews.com1 month ago

BSP will be NDA's rival in Uttar Pradesh if Yadav feud persists: RPI chief Ramdas Athawale

BENGALURU: Union Minister of State and Republican Party of India Chief Ramdas Athawale today said NDA would have Mayawati-led BSP as its main opponent in the upcoming Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls if the war in the ruling Samajwadi Party continues. ...
 Economic Times22 hours ago If Samajwadi Party feud persists, Mayawati's BSP will be NDA's rival in Uttar Pradesh: RPI's Ramdas Athawale  First Post.com22 hours ago

Samajwadi Party row: Shivpal challenges Akhilesh Yadav again, expels minister

Deepening the crisis in the ruling Samajwadi Party in the run-up to the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, state party president Shivpal Yadav, engaged in a bitter power tussle with nephew Akhilesh Yadav, expelled minister Tej Narain aka Pawan Pandey ...
 Financial Express12 hours ago
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