17.5 C
Chandigarh
Wednesday, December 1, 2021
HomePoliticsRaghuraj Pratap Singh ‘Raja Bhaiyya’ Meets Mulayam Singh Yadav, Calls it ‘Courtesy...

Raghuraj Pratap Singh ‘Raja Bhaiyya’ Meets Mulayam Singh Yadav, Calls it ‘Courtesy Meet’ Amidst Political Speculations

The previous minister within the Samajwadi Celebration authorities and unbiased MLA from the Kunda Meeting seat of Pratapgarh, Raghuraj Pratap Singh, also referred to as ‘Raja Bhaiyya’, has met Samajwadi Celebration patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav on the latter’s residence in Lucknow at the moment. Raja Bhaiyya who is called an enormous chief of the Thakur group had estranged relations together with his former ally Samajwadi Celebration after Akhilesh Yadav took over because the occasion chief.

As per stories, Raghuraj Pratap Singh had sought time to fulfill Mulayam Singh Yadav after which he reached Yadav’s residence at the moment at round 11:15 am. Though Raja Bhaiyya has termed the assembly as purely ‘courtesy meet’ however with simply months left for the 2022 UP Meeting elections, political speculations are rife of any type of understanding between Akhilesh Yadav and the Raja Bhaiyya. Sources additionally counsel that Raghuraj spoke to the SP chief over the cellphone on Wednesday night.

The six-time MLA from Kunda, Raja Bhaiyya tweeted an image of himself with Mulayam Singh Yadav after assembly and wrote, “Met honourable Mulayam Singh Yadav after a long time, emotional moment.”

Speaking to the media in Lucknow on Thursday, Raja Bhaiyya said, “I had come to wish birthday to Mulayam Singh Yadav. I have to wish Neta Ji every year on his birthday. His birthday was not celebrated for the last two years so I couldn’t come. There should be no political speculation about this meeting.”

Raja Bhaiyya had differences with Samajwadi Party over SP-BSP closeness during the Rajya Sabha Polls in 2018. The political hostility between Raja Bhaiyya and BSP chief Mayawati is well known in UP. After this Raghuraj had announced his political outfit, Jansatta Dal. Singh is said to have a good rapport with Mulayam Singh and he has even served as a minister when Mulayam was the Chief Minister of the State.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha Member and UP in-charge Sanjay Singh went on to meet Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow. The meeting between the two leaders took place at Janeshwar Mishra Trust fueling political speculations of any kind of understanding between SP and AAP regarding some key seats of UP in the NCR region for the 2022 UP State Assembly elections. However, both the camps had termed the meeting purely as a ‘courtesy’ meeting.

This was the third meeting between Sanjay Singh and Akhilesh Yadav in recent times. Earlier on Monday, on the occasion of Mulayam Singh’s birthday, there was a meeting between the two leaders. Sanjay Singh even tweeted his picture while presenting a bouquet to Mulayam Singh and wrote, “Happy Birthday to the former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Hon’ble Mulayam Singh Yadav ji, the leader of Indian politics. I met him at his residence in Lucknow and wished him a long life.”

Apart from this, Sanjay Singh had also met Akhilesh on the occasion of Akhilesh’s birthday in July, when he had praised the SP chief and also enumerated the similarities between him and Kejriwal. Speculations are rife in the political corridors of UP regarding this meeting as some political analysts are not ruling out an understanding between the Samajwadi Party and the Aam Aadmi Party.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the SP chief had met Rashtriya Lok Dal Chief Jayant Chaudhary at his residence in Lucknow and had indicated firming of alliance between the two parties. It is now expected that a formal announcement of an alliance between RLD and SP for 30 to 35 odd seats of Jatland in Western Uttar Pradesh may be done soon.

Learn all of the Newest Information, Breaking Information and Coronavirus Information right here. Observe us on Fb, Twitter and Telegram.

Supply hyperlink

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular