Akhilesh says trouble in SP due to outsider ; Amar says 'I have nothing to do with crisis', patriarch Mulayam holds Delhi Durbar to broker peace ; party Parliamentary board likely to meet

Lucknow/New Delhi : Virtually Playing political Chinese checker,the ruling Samajwadi party(SP) today faced unprecedented feud ahead of the crucial state assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh with Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav blaming “outsiders” for the current crisis – his removal from the party’s state president post, appointment of his uncle Shivpal Singh Yadav in his place, sudden top level bureaucratic and cabinet reshuffle-, even as the party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav launched vigorous fire fighting measures to stave off crisis.
Taking cue from Akhilesh Yadav’s veiled swipe, Party’s newly elected member of the Rajya Sabha Amar Singh tried to stay away from the political row saying "I have nothing to do with the situation and I have relationship with all members of the SP family".
Meanwhile, sources said that the party’s highest forum-Parliament board might meet tomorrow in the state capital to thrash out the issue.

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