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Hush-hush submission

Mulayam Singh told senior BJP leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings

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So what did senior leader whisper to Prime Minister when the two met at the swearing-in of Chief Minister Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders feigned ignorance, but Mulayam Singh sat next to Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, and the two chatted the entire length of the oath taking ceremony of the new council of ministers. According to sources, Mulayam Singh told Naidu that it was a mistake for his son to strike an alliance with the Apparently, Mulayam Singh told the senior leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings and largely kept himself away from his party’s election campaign. Mulayam Singh, who is known to have a phenomenal memory remembering faces and names of political workers, also kept telling Naidu about the background of the ministers being sworn in and expressed satisfaction that the new council of ministers will have at least one face. The and its allies didn’t field a single among their 403 candidates for

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Hush-hush submission

Mulayam Singh told senior BJP leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings

Mulayam Singh told senior BJP leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings So what did senior leader whisper to Prime Minister when the two met at the swearing-in of Chief Minister Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders feigned ignorance, but Mulayam Singh sat next to Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, and the two chatted the entire length of the oath taking ceremony of the new council of ministers. According to sources, Mulayam Singh told Naidu that it was a mistake for his son to strike an alliance with the Apparently, Mulayam Singh told the senior leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings and largely kept himself away from his party’s election campaign. Mulayam Singh, who is known to have a phenomenal memory remembering faces and names of political workers, also kept telling Naidu about the background of the ministers being sworn in and expressed satisfaction that the new council of ministers will have at least one face. The and its allies didn’t field a single among their 403 candidates for
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Hush-hush submission

Mulayam Singh told senior BJP leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings

So what did senior leader whisper to Prime Minister when the two met at the swearing-in of Chief Minister Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders feigned ignorance, but Mulayam Singh sat next to Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu, and the two chatted the entire length of the oath taking ceremony of the new council of ministers. According to sources, Mulayam Singh told Naidu that it was a mistake for his son to strike an alliance with the Apparently, Mulayam Singh told the senior leader it was in protest that he addressed only three public meetings and largely kept himself away from his party’s election campaign. Mulayam Singh, who is known to have a phenomenal memory remembering faces and names of political workers, also kept telling Naidu about the background of the ministers being sworn in and expressed satisfaction that the new council of ministers will have at least one face. The and its allies didn’t field a single among their 403 candidates for

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Business Standard
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