The Samajwadi Party alliance is on the verge of collapse. Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party chief Om Prakash Rajbhar is said to be angry with SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. Before Rajbhar, Keshav Dev Maurya of Mahan Dal has also parted ways from the SP alliance. At the same time, Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party chief Shivpal Yadav has also been an attacker on Akhilesh since the election.
In such a situation, the question arises whether the Samajwadi Party alliance will be completely disintegrated? After all, why do parties that contest elections with the SP part ways later? Why is SP chief Akhilesh Yadav being accused of not paying attention to coalition parties? Let’s know…
After this statement of Om Prakash Rajbhar, there are speculations of breaking the alliance
Opposition’s presidential candidate Yashwant Sinha reached Lucknow on Thursday. Here Samajwadi Party and RLD MLAs gave their support to him. However, the MLAs of Om Prakash Rajbhar and his Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party, who contested the elections in alliance with the SP, were not invited to the event. On this, the media asked Om Prakash Rajbhar a question. So he said, ‘I was not called. The SP president needs Jayant Choudhary. I am no longer needed. Will take a decision on the Presidential election after tomorrow.
Have already targeted the SP chief
This was not the first time that Om Prakash Rajbhar has targeted Akhilesh Yadav. Since the election results, he has been a constant attacker on the SP chief. Even during the Legislative Council (MLC) elections, Rajbhar had taunted Akhilesh Yadav.
Om Prakash Rajbhar wanted him to get at least one of the four seats in the Legislative Council, so that his son could reach the House. But Akhilesh Yadav refused. Angered by this, Rajbhar had taunted that those who won eight by contesting 34 seats got the prize of Rajya Sabha and those who won six with 14 seats were ignored.
Was held responsible for the defeat in Azamgarh and Rampur
Even after losing the Azamgarh and Rampur Lok Sabha by-elections, Rajbhar had targeted Akhilesh. He had said, ‘If Akhilesh had gone to Azamgarh, he would have won the election. We were campaigning in the sun and he kept sitting in the AC. On this, Akhilesh said on Wednesday that SP does not need anyone’s advice. Sometimes politics runs from behind the scenes.
Will the alliance break?
We spoke to senior journalist Ashok Srivastava to understand this. He said, ‘Om Prakash Rajbhar is a man who speaks frankly. Sometimes he is called Badbola. After the election, Om Prakash Rajbhar had given a statement that he knew that the SP alliance was losing the election. After this statement, Akhilesh started keeping distance from him. He was not even asked in the Legislative Council and then the Rajya Sabha elections. Now Om Prakash Rajbhar was sidelined even during the presidential election. It is clear that the Samajwadi Party no longer wants to continue its alliance with OP Rajbhar.
Srivastava further says, ‘Om Prakash Rajbhar has also understood that now his pulse is not going to melt here. This is the reason why he too has started looking for his political future. For this, he first cast his strings on the BSP and now his inclination towards the BJP has started increasing. In such a situation, it can be said that in the coming days, the SP-SubhSP alliance may break.