Mulayam confident about ‘Third Front government’ at Centre

May 03, 2014 05:12 pm | Updated November 17, 2021 04:32 am IST - Bhadohi, U.P.

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday exuded confidence that a government led by a “Third Front” will come to power at the Centre.

“This time the Third Front government will come to power. You all give me a chance once,” Mr. Yadav told an election rally in Bhadohi.

Terming the Congress-led UPA government a “failure”, he claimed that gross domestic product of the country has reduced drastically in their rule.

The SP chief claimed that after intrusion by the Chinese Army in Indian territory two Union Ministers and several officials came to take his suggestions.

“When I asked about the roads and fencing done during my regime as the Defence Minister, they failed to give a reply. It was told that the roads were damaged and it was not repaired by Congress and BJP,” he said.

The SP chief promised that if voted to power, facilities would be provided to farmers and Muslims to improve the condition of agriculture sector and weavers, besides free education to students and allowance would be given to unemployed youths.

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