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Is this is the another round starting in 'Yadav Pariwar' or Samajwadi Party will again split in several parts. The recent comment made by Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav's 'Choti Bahu' (younger daughter-in-law) Aparna Yadav where she said former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav, her brother-in-law, should keep his word to his father and hand over the party's reins to him like he had promised to, before the polls.

Aparna Yadav defeated in Uttar Pradesh assembly election against  BJP candidate Rita Bahuguna Joshi from Kanpur Cantt.

"In January this year, Akhilesh bhaiya promised that after the assembly elections he will hand back the post of SP national president to Netaji.

 He says he is a man of his words and that he keeps his promises. Now, I think he should live up to his promise," Aparna said.

During the peak of SP family feud in January when Akhilesh took over as the SP chief, he had sought three months' time from his father. He had also said he would hand over the party rein to Mulayam after the assembly elections.

"Right now, my family is everything to me. Netaji's word is final and until he is there, I can think of nothing else. I am upset that he was treated the way he was, and, that he is unhappy. I don't know what's in store in future. Now I only want the family to unite," she said.

Interview Courtesy: Times of India 

 

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