Can akhilesh yadav become cm again

Mayawati's comments have been linked to her setback before the November 9 polls in UP.

After their brief alliance in Uttar Pradesh failed in the national elections last year, Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav are once again fierce rivals. Mayawati has stated that she is even ready to vote for the BJP to defeat any candidate from Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party in polls at the UP Legislative Council.

The leader of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has even said it was a “mistake” to withdraw her case against the Samajwadi Party from 1995 because of their alliance.

“We have decided that we will use all our strengths to defeat the SP candidate in future MLC (Member of the Legislative Council) elections in UP, even if we have to vote for a BJP candidate or any other party candidate, we will do this. " Any party candidate who will dominate Samajwadi's second candidate is sure to get all the votes from the BSP MLAs, ”Mayawati told ANI news agency.

Congressional leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who pointed to Mayawati's tacit support for the BJP, commented on the video of her statement: "Is there anything left to say now?"

The former prime minister's comments have been linked to her pre-election setback on November 9 for 10 Rajya Sabha seats in Uttar Pradesh.

Mayawati's party has proposed a candidate, Ramji Gautam, for a Rajya Sabha seat despite not having the numbers in the assembly. BSP leaders said they could get support from other non-BJP parties.

In one blow against these plans, however, four of the 10 BSP MLAs who proposed the candidate's name said their signatures on his nomination paper were forged. They also indicated that they could switch sides. One MLA revealed it had met with Samajwadi party leader Akhilesh Yadav and another said he was "known for treating party members with respect".

An angry Mayawati hit Akhilesh Yadav, describing her decision to work with him in the Lok Sabha election as a major mistake. She also said that when she saw the behavior of the Samajwadi Party following the Lok Sabha election results, she realized that it was a huge mistake to retract her 1995 case against the party for attacking it.

“We shouldn't have teamed up with them. We should have thought a little deeply. We made the wrong decision in a hurry. We made a very big mistake with it, ”she said.

“I want to disclose that when we decided to hold polls with the Samajwadi Party for Lok Sabha elections in UP, we worked very hard for it, but from day one of our coalition said Akhilesh Yadav SC Mishra (senior BSP leader ) that since the BSP-SP has teamed up, I should take my case back, ”Mayawati said.

“Our party had teamed up with SP during the Lok Sabha elections to fight against local forces. Because of their family struggles, they could not benefit much from the alliance with BSP. They didn't react to us after the elections and so we decided to split up. " Ways with them. "

Before the general election, Mayawati buried her legendary rivalry with Samajwadi founder Mulayam Singh Yadav and, together with his son Akhilesh Yadav, formed an opposition bloc against the BJP.

Mayawati went to court to withdraw her case on the so-called "guest house" incident in 1995 when she was ill-treated by Samajwadi Party workers after deciding to withdraw support from Mulayam Singh's government and join the Join BJP.

The goodwill was short-lived; The Mayawati-Akhilesh Yadav combo became the cropper in UP, making the two rivals who became allies attack each other.