LUCKNOW: As Akhilesh Yadav fights one uncle, another has tossed his weight behind the 44-year-old Uttar Pradesh boss clergyman in the Yadav versus Yadav family war now playing out in the open.
Ram Gopal Yadav, the cousin of Samajwadi Party boss Mulayam Singh Yadav, said today that Akhilesh had not been educated about his dad's choice to expel him as the gathering's UP boss and supplant him with his uncle Shivpal Yadav.
"At the point when the central clergyman was evacuated as state president, the authority maybe committed an error in not illuminating him. They should've let him know that with races coming the part of state president must be played by another person. He would've have surrendered," said Ram Gopal Yadav, calling it a "misconception" and, similar to others in the family, focusing on that "there is no emergency".
"On the off chance that there are minor contrasts they will be determined," said Mr Yadav, a Samajwadi Party official in the Rajya Sabha, backing the Chief Minister on his right to settle on choices on government matters. "He says he took a few choices all alone. It is characteristic that he ought to take choices," he said.
On Tuesday, hours after Mulayam Singh Yadav hosted evacuated Akhilesh as state get-together boss, broadly seen as a discipline for his keep running in with his dad's most loved more youthful sibling Shivpal, the UP boss priest had stripped his uncle of all his intense portfolios as an UP clergyman, abandoning him with just the social welfare service.
Shivpal Yadav had raced to Delhi yesterday to meet Mulayam Singh and both are relied upon to go to Lucknow at some point today. Sources said he has unequivocally prescribed that Mulayam Singh Yadav expel Akhilesh as Chief Minister and hold the post himself.
"Shivpal's portfolios were taken away in light of the fact that he was given charge of the state unit," Ram Gopal Yadav said, demonstrating that it was gathering methodology to guarantee neither one of the leaders was weighed around a lot of duty in the keep running up to the critical Uttar Pradesh get together decisions.
However, sources say the family fight is shredding the Samajwadi Party five months before it makes an offer to hold the state. The 61-year-old Shivpal supposedly has on his side Amar Singh, whose arrival to the Samajwadi Party following six years in a state of banishment was contradicted by Akhilesh Yadav. Additionally Mulayam's second child Prateek, 28. Akhilesh Yadav is sponsored by Ram Gopal Yadav and his cousin and Lok Sabha MP Dharmendra Yadav.