Mulayam left to himself on Delhi visit

Mulayam left to himself on Delhi visit

Mulayam left to himself on Delhi visit

Samjwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh was left to himself on his first visit to the national capital after the family feud.

His residence on Ashoka Road, which attracts a good number of people whenever “Netaji” comes here, almost wore a deserted look on Monday.

“He spent almost the whole day at his residence, but a few people came to see him,” said an SP leader.

This was a crucial visit as he is fighting against his son to retain his personal dignity and authority, he said.

In the afternoon, only a few workers were present to raise slogans in his support when the senior leader was leaving for the Election Commission’s (EC) office.

Before the EC, the SP leader claimed that he was the president of the party and no other person should be allowed to represent the party in election matters.

He avoided media when he visited the ECI and did not speak anything after coming out from it.

Mulayam was accompanied by his brother Shivpal Yadav, Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh, and Bollywood actor and former MP Jaya Prada.

According to sources, the fight over symbol of the party will start on Tuesday when Rajya Sabha MP Ram Gopal Yadav meets the ECI.