WITH POLITICAL uncertainty prevailing in the State, Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav today directed Samajwadi Party MLAs to gear up for the Assembly election.
Addressing a meeting of the SP Legislature Party here on Tuesday the chief minister said there was not much time left and the MLAs should devote more time to their constituencies. Directing the MLAs to come to the House fully prepared to counter the propaganda of the Opposition, the chief minister said that the opposition parties had hatched a conspiracy against his government.
He said the Opposition charges should be strongly rebutted in the House.
Laying stress on unity in the party Yadav said efforts should be made to ensure two-thirds majority in the next Assembly election. The chief minister said that party leaders should take joint responsibility for the candidates in the election.
He said ministers had a vital role to play in coordinating with the workers at the grassroots level. Pointing out that the party organisation was supreme, Yadav said they should pay proper attention to the workers. While publicising government’s programmes and policies, he said, MLAs should ensure proper and quick implementation of developmental schemes in their constituencies. The chief minister said the Congress had been plotting against the government and moves were afoot to dislodge the SP from power. He said the Congress, BSP and the BJP had joined hands against the SP. Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Mohd Azam Khan also addressed the meeting. He gave details about the establishment of Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar University in Rampur.