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Akhilesh Yadav’s Rath Collapses After Just One KM Into State-Wide Campaign…LOL!

Akhilesh Yadav, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister’s Rath broke down after just one kilometers run into his state-wide ‘Vikas Rath Yatra’ campaign. Efforts are been made to repair the hi-tech Mercedes Benz Bus, ‘rath’. On Thursday morning, Samajwadi Party incharge Mulayam Singh Yadav flagged off his ‘Vikas Rath Yatra’. Before hitting the road with the ‘Rath’, Akhilesh thanked Mulayam Singh Yadav and said that the time has come for the Political party to return to power. The chief minister said that he want to thank Mulayam Singh Yadav for flagging off the event and also added that this UP election will change nations political status and views.

“This is the right time to again come to power in political world. People have been scheming and blaming our party but we did not move,” Akhilesh Yadav added. The chief minister expressed happiness that the next generation or the youth is ready to carry forward the party ideology. Samajeadi Party state president Shivpal Yadav, was also in attendance, he extended his wishes to Akhilesh and expressed confidence in the party returning to power again. Shivpal also said that the party’s mission in Uttar Pradesh is to not allow the BJP of Narendra Modi, to come into power.

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Before the event started, two groups of party workers clashed at the venue. As the workers came to blows, a few workers were seen using the party flag to attack their opponents. According to reports, around 3,000 vehicles will be a part of the Akhilesh Yadav’s Rath Yatra. This is the third such election campaign organised by Akhilesh Yadav since the year 2001 and year 2002 and this year’s event is important because of the growing cap within the party. The hidden conflict among party leaders came to the top after the chief minister discharged his uncle Shivpal from his Cabinet.

Conflict Between Workers At Akhilesh Yadav’s Rath Yatra Utsav

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