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Cong trying to topple Mulayam Govt: SP

SAMAJWADI PARTY State working committee member Gopal Yadav accused the Congress of trying to topple the SP Government in the State. Yadav said the Congress was eager to grab power, adding that after failing to revive the party in UP, the Congress planned to destabilise the State Government.

india Updated: Jan 11, 2006 00:32 IST

SAMAJWADI PARTY State working committee member Gopal Yadav accused the Congress of trying to topple the SP Government in the State.

Yadav said the Congress was eager to grab power, adding that after failing to revive the party in UP, the Congress planned to destabilise the State Government.

Tapping the phones of Samajwadi Party leaders and filing a public interest litigation against Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav and his MP son Akhilesh Yadav were part of the conspiracy, he added.

Gopal Yadav said party workers would not bear any humiliation of their leaders and would launch a movement to expose the Congress. He said the President of India should take a serious note of the chief minister’s allegation that there was a conspiracy to kill him and party general secretary Amar Singh.

Party leader Zafar Amin Dakku, district unit president Chandrabali Yadav also criticised the Congress for trying to “sully the image of the” government. They said the recent victory of SP candidates in zila panchayat chairperson’s election and increasing popularity of Mulayam Singh Yadav had unnerved his political opponents.

First Published: Jan 11, 2006 00:32 IST