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UP wants to get rid of family politics courtesy Akhilesh's failure:BSP

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Launching a scathing attack on the a day after party supremo Yadav kept suspense on the chief ministerial candidate, the Bhahujan (BSP) on Saturday said the people of want to get rid of family politics as Akhilesh Yadav-led government has miserably failed in delivering good governance.

"See as has failed to provide governance in UP. He has become burden for and, therefore, they have rejected his face as the chief minister but the people of are fed up with this fighting going on within the family," leader Sudhindra Bhadoria told ANI.

"We all know that has failed and so have the and Mulayam Singh. They have all together failed UP and, therefore, the people of want to get rid of this family completely and bring to power for good governance," he added.

supremo Yadav on Friday said the party's chief ministerial candidate will be decided by elected party legislators after the 2017 Assembly elections.

"The chief ministerial candidate will be decided by the elected party legislators and parliamentary board. This is our job," he told media here when asked whether his son and Chief Minister was still the chief ministerial candidate for the coming elections.

The president's assertion comes at a time when there is growing friction within his party fold following the fallout between his son and his brother Shivpal Yadav.

Akhilesh has often been on collision course with his uncle Shivpal over selection of candidates, approach to elections and alliances.

The feud had spilled into the open after Akhilesh stripped Shivpal of key ministerial portfolios on September 13, hours after Mulayam replaced him with his uncle as the party's state unit chief.

Moreover, the merger of the Quami Ekta Dal (QED) with the which had Shivpal's backing did not go well with Akhilesh.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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"See as has failed to provide governance in UP. He has become burden for and, therefore, they have rejected his face as the chief minister but the people of are fed up with this fighting going on within the family," leader Sudhindra Bhadoria told ANI.

"We all know that has failed and so have the and Mulayam Singh. They have all together failed UP and, therefore, the people of want to get rid of this family completely and bring to power for good governance," he added.

supremo Yadav on Friday said the party's chief ministerial candidate will be decided by elected party legislators after the 2017 Assembly elections.

"The chief ministerial candidate will be decided by the elected party legislators and parliamentary board. This is our job," he told media here when asked whether his son and Chief Minister was still the chief ministerial candidate for the coming elections.

The president's assertion comes at a time when there is growing friction within his party fold following the fallout between his son and his brother Shivpal Yadav.

Akhilesh has often been on collision course with his uncle Shivpal over selection of candidates, approach to elections and alliances.

The feud had spilled into the open after Akhilesh stripped Shivpal of key ministerial portfolios on September 13, hours after Mulayam replaced him with his uncle as the party's state unit chief.

Moreover, the merger of the Quami Ekta Dal (QED) with the which had Shivpal's backing did not go well with Akhilesh.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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UP wants to get rid of family politics courtesy Akhilesh's failure:BSP

Launching a scathing attack on the a day after party supremo Yadav kept suspense on the chief ministerial candidate, the Bhahujan (BSP) on Saturday said the people of want to get rid of family politics as Akhilesh Yadav-led government has miserably failed in delivering good governance.

"See as has failed to provide governance in UP. He has become burden for and, therefore, they have rejected his face as the chief minister but the people of are fed up with this fighting going on within the family," leader Sudhindra Bhadoria told ANI.

"We all know that has failed and so have the and Mulayam Singh. They have all together failed UP and, therefore, the people of want to get rid of this family completely and bring to power for good governance," he added.

supremo Yadav on Friday said the party's chief ministerial candidate will be decided by elected party legislators after the 2017 Assembly elections.

"The chief ministerial candidate will be decided by the elected party legislators and parliamentary board. This is our job," he told media here when asked whether his son and Chief Minister was still the chief ministerial candidate for the coming elections.

The president's assertion comes at a time when there is growing friction within his party fold following the fallout between his son and his brother Shivpal Yadav.

Akhilesh has often been on collision course with his uncle Shivpal over selection of candidates, approach to elections and alliances.

The feud had spilled into the open after Akhilesh stripped Shivpal of key ministerial portfolios on September 13, hours after Mulayam replaced him with his uncle as the party's state unit chief.

Moreover, the merger of the Quami Ekta Dal (QED) with the which had Shivpal's backing did not go well with Akhilesh.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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