The decision to pull out from the grand alliance was taken by parliamentary board: Mulayam

Azamgarh - Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh Yadav said that the decision to pull out from the grand alliance of Rashtriya Janata Dal and Congress for the ensuing Bihar elections was the consensus decision taken by the party's Parliamentary board.

Participating in a programme organized on the death anniversary of Socialist thinker Ish Datt Yadav, Mulayam claimed that he is a great socialist and the party is following on his foot marks.

President of SP Maharashtra unit Abu Azami lauded the works taken up by the Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.

Mr Azmi held Congress Party responsible for the Batla house encounter.

He also objected over the execution of terrorist Yakub Memon, who was involved in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, and said that he should have not been hanged as he had served 20 years of imprisonment.

Mr Yadav, while answering a query of visiting his parliamentary constituency once, said that he is the leader of the entire country and due to packed schedule he does not get much time to travel but he is always committed for the development of the district.

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