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SP open to tie-ups for 2019 LS polls: CM Akhilesh Yadav ,Samajwadi Party, Agenda Aaj Tak, Upcoming Lok Sabha election, 2017 state assembly polls, UP assembly polls 2017, Assembly polls 2017, 2019 polls

SP open to tie-ups for 2019 LS polls: CM Akhilesh Yadav ,Samajwadi Party, Agenda Aaj Tak, Upcoming Lok Sabha election,  2017 state assembly polls,  UP assembly polls 2017, Assembly polls 2017, 2019 polls

New Delhi: Samajwadi Party (SP) is open for tie-up for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said here today even as he ruled out the possibility of forging alliance with any party for 2017 state assembly polls.

Speaking during 'Agenda Aaj Tak' conference here, Akhilesh reiterated that he would like to see his father and SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav don the role of Central leader after 2019 elections.

Akhilesh indirectly ruled out possibility of SP heading into next Lok Sabha election under Nitish Kumar, contending that the Bihar Chief Minister and RJD chief Laloo Prasad Yadav had considered his father as their leader when the grand alliance came into being.

"We are ready for the assembly polls. We are keeping eye on 2019 polls too. We will get clear majority in (assembly polls). So, no alliance for the state election. But it will be good if anyone is interested in joining us for upcoming elections of 2019," Akhilesh said.

Akhilesh expressed confidence that "someone" from UP will play the role of Central leader during the 2019 polls and wished the person to be a samajwadi (socialist).

Asked if his party will accept Nitish Kumar as the leader going into the next general elections, Akhilesh said, "When the grand alliance (ahead of Bihar polls) took shape, Netaji was its president. All the leaders made him the president. But on internal politics, only Netaji can speak, I cannot .why SP pulled off But both Nitish and Laloo had considered him as their leader."

Akhilesh said SP will face assembly polls, which he termed as "more than agni pariksha" (acid test) on the back of "developmental" works its government has done as he listed projects his dispensation completed/has proposed.

The Chief Minister termed as "big verdict" BJP-led NDA's drubbing in the recent Bihar elections, but added it was voters in Uttar Pradesh who had defeated "communal forces" in the state first. 

src:indiatvnews

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