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Sunday, June 07, 2015

TRILOGY OF BIHAR POLITICS IN UTTAR PRADESH

By on Sunday, June 07, 2015

Bringing more parties of socialist roots result unstuck over top job


Mr.SHARAD YADAV. JD(U) CHIEF AND FORMER CHIEF MINISTER OF UTTAR PRADESH AND SP CHIEF. Mr. MULAYAM SINGH YADAV AT HIS NEW DELHI RESIDENCE
NEW DELHI, 7 JUN 2015:  Seen as crumbling before it is formalized, the leaders of the three key parties are meeting in Delhi today for the proposed Janata Parivar alliance.
What is being seen as a make-or-break session between trilogy , is underway at the Delhi home of Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.
Tough counseling between Mr Prasad's RJD and Mr Kumar's JD(U) over the chief minister's post has been on for the days ahead of the coming assembly elections in Bihar
 Hours before the meeting, Mr Kumar met Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, whose party has nodded to back 'Mr Kumar as the presumptive Chief Minister' should the alliance talks follow through.
Sources in the JD(U) indicated that the decision now rests with Mr Prasad, whose party leaders had repeatedly said Mr Kumar's candidature for the top post was not acceptable to them.
Mr Prasad -- who cannot run for office due to his conviction in a corruption case earlier -- has been non-committal, saying nothing will be decided without a discussion and expressing confidence that an alliance can be the parties-mate to put the BJP at bay.
But Mr Raghuvansh Prasad Singh -- who emphasized our party does not favour projecting Mr Kumar as the Chief Ministerial candidate -- is a trusted aide of the RJD chief and his statements are not seen as an independent opinion.
Both opponents for several decades, Mr Prasad and Mr Kumar, gained to bring together by the rival BJP's massive gains in Bihar during the Lok Sabha elections. The duo contesting as partners along with the Congress tested the waters during the bye-elections for 10 seats; won six seats.

But as they were in talks to take the alliance for the front, bringing more parties of socialist roots into the fold; the matters seem to result unstuck over the top job.

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