Agra, Jun 8: Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today alleged that there was a "tacit understanding" between the Congress and the BSP to make sure that his party does not come to power in the state elections due next year.
"There is tacit understanding between the Congress and BSP and both the governments are working with each others blessings," Yadav said addressing party workers at the eighth national convention of SP at Taarghar ground here.
Yadav claimed that crores of trees were fell by the UP government in Noida and when he raised the issue in Lok Sabha, the Union Environment Minister in its report said that there was nothing of this sort happening in Noida.
SP chief dismissed all claims of differences within the party leadership and said, "There is no groupism or differences between the party leaders. There were reports of differences in some districts, which should be sorted out immediately,".
Mulayam Singh exuded confidence and said that his party is going to win a majority in Uttar Pradesh assembly election next due year.
"We have to rule in Lucknow and if there is unity we will achieve the target," he added.
Yadav said that the party faces tough challenges for the coming 2012 state assembly polls and 2014 general elections.
"Though our vote percentage increased, but we failed to get desired number of seats. This time go to the people and prove that BSP is going out and SP is coming in," he said.
Senior SP leader Azam Khan said that SP is not known for criticising party colleagues, insulting and abusing them.
Taking potshots at the party leaders for putting up mammoth size hoardings, Azam said that huge hoardings don't make big leaders.
He also hit out at the members of the ruling party for their alleged involvement in recent rape cases.
"A girl was raped and later she was put behind the bars. She was released on the order of the court which took suo motto cognizance of the matter," Khan said.
He alleged that the Congress was allying with certain smaller parties, which are on the payroll of BJP MP Yogi Adityanath.
"The Congress is hatching a new conspiracy and people of a particular community should remain cautious," he alleged.
On the last day of the convention, economic and political resolutions, including those on corruption and Bhatta Parsaul were passed.
The party in its resolution termed the UPA government as the most corrupt government full of scams. PTI