Give us six months to deliver on promises, says Mulayam
Work of common man would be done "easily and systematically", Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today said and asked for a six month time to deliver on the said promises.lucknow Updated: Apr 06, 2012 19:43 IST
Work of common man would be done "easily and systematically", Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday said and asked for a six month time to deliver on the said promises.
"Now as the SP government has been formed in UP, the work of common man will be done easily and systematically. We should give at least six months time to the government to do some work," Yadav said while addressing party workers at SP headquarter here.
I expect that ministers would do some "concrete work" in their respective departments, said the former chief minister.
He also asked the party workers to gear up for 2014 Loksabha polls.
"You all should ensure victory in 2014 polls and start working in your areas. Our target should be winning all the seats," he said.
Yadav assured that he would keep a tab on the government.
Such an arrangement would be made that all the letters received should be replied so that people do not have to run to the state capital for getting their work done.
Asking party men to remain in their areas and strengthen the party, Yadav said that government should be allowed to do its work and they all should strengthen the party organisation and act in this regard.
First Published: Apr 06, 2012 19:34 IST