NONE of the parivar contenders in Uttar Pradesh elections seems to have given up his plans to go ahead. The dispute continues, with chief minister Akhilesh's claims being the loudest. The Election Commissioner is waiting for party's details with regard to the holding of assembly elections which begins in Uttar Pradesh early in February. Both Mulayam Singh and Akhilesh are claiming majority support from the party. Mulayam and Shivpal Yadav supported by outsider Amar Singh will not give up. They claim majority support. Mulayam Singh Yadav says he loves his son but he adds he must give up his claims.
Mulayam Singh Yadav is meeting the Election Commissioner in Delhi today to give him information about his plans for the elder statesman and president of the party has to take into consideration the existing actualities and make the necessary compromise. As it is, the tiff has affected the poll chances of the party. The Congress is waiting for the differences in the party to be over. There is only a month left for the assembly poll. One thing is certain: Akhilesh will not accept the decision of the trio of chiefs - Mulayam Singh Yadav, Shivpal and Amar Singh. Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav has to evolve a decision which is acceptable to all.
Someone has got to step down: who will that be?