Mulayam singh yadav became CM of Uttar Pradesh three times, founder of SP, know his life history Chief Minister made 3-3 times

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Born in a poor peasant family, Mulayam Singh was a district-level wrestler, but at the age of 15 he had the influence of Lohia’s ideology. (File photo)

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Samajwadi Party Founder and mentor of Mulayam Singh Yadav He has been the leader of socialist politics in the country. He learned the hallmarks of Ram Manohar Lohia and Chaudhary Charan Singh and brought it to life. Born in a poor peasant family, Mulayam Singh was a district-level wrestler, but at the age of 15 he had the influence of Lohia’s ideology. At the age of 28, he contested the legislative election for the first time from his political guru Ram Manohar Lohia’s party United Socialist Party in 1967 and managed to win.

The next year, in 1968, when Ram Manohar Lohia passed away, Mulayam Singh joined his second political guru Chaudhary Charan Singh’s party, Bharatiya Kranti Dal. In 1974, the Bharatiya Kranti Dal and the United Socialist Party merged and the new party Bharatiya Lok Dal was formed. Mulayam Singh was also involved in this when many opposition parties united against the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and the Janata Party was formed in 1977.

Mulayam was again elected MLA in 1977 through this party and was made a minister in the Ram Naresh Yadav government of Uttar Pradesh. Apart from animal husbandry department, Yadav also had cooperative department. He made his political debut in the state through this department. He had reserved seats for scheduled castes in cooperative institutions while being a minister at that time. With this Mulayam Singh Yadav became very popular among the backward castes. Soon he was called Prithviputra.

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In 1979, Chaudhary Charan Singh disassociated himself from the Janata Party. After this Mulayam Singh joined them. Charan Singh formed the new party Lok Dal. Mulayam Singh was formed the anti-leader party in the UP Legislative Assembly. Mulayam was continuously strengthening his political ground. After the demise of Chaudhary Charan Singh in 1987, his party split into two. Chaudhary Charan Singh’s son Ajit Singh was the head of a section (Lok Dal-A) while Mulayam Singh faction called Lok Dal-B.

Sensing the political wind in 1989, Mulayam Singh merged the Lok Dal (B) into the Janata Dal. At that time VP Singh resigned from the Rajiv Gandhi government and was telling people about the Bofors scam across the country. VP Singh had formed a Janam Morcha. Along with the Lok Sabha elections in December 1989, the UP Legislative Assembly elections were also held. VP Singh’s government was formed at the Center and Mulayam Singh Yadav became the Chief Minister of the state for the first time in UP. He was also supported by BJP.

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Soon Mulayam Singh joined Chandrashekhar and in 1990 he formed the Samajwadi Janata Party with Chandrashekhar. Two years later it too fell apart and Mulayam again formed his own party Samajwadi Party in 1992. Mulayam Singh, a master of political stalking, became the Chief Minister of the state again in 1993, befriending the Bahujan Samaj Party. Mayawati and Mulayam’s alliance broke down after two years in 1995 with bitter and bitter relations. After this, Mayawati became the Chief Minister of UP with the support of BJP. In 2003, Yadav once again beat the washerman of the political arena and ousted Mayawati. A year ago, in the 2002 elections, Mayawati got the chair with the support of the BJP, but the BJP withdrew her support from them.

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In this way, Yadav became the Chief Minister of the state for the third time but even once he could not remain the Chief Minister for five years. Mulayam, in his political life, had created an unbreakable political equation with Muslims and Yadavs, on the basis of which he still holds a great position in the state and his party is in the role of opposition party. There was a time in 1996 when Mulayam Singh’s name was in the race for the post of PM, but it is said that the other big Yadav leader Lalu Yadav objected to his name, due to which he fell behind in the race. Later, Mulayam Singh was the defense minister of the country from 1996 to 1998.

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