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If Babri Masjid Had Not Fallen, Congress Would Not Have Come To Power, Says Mulayam

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday sought to wean away Sharad Pawar from the UPA telling the Agriculture Minister that he better realise he was being made scapegoat by the Congress on price

PTI PTI Updated on: February 25, 2010 15:31 IST
if babri masjid had not fallen congress would not have come
if babri masjid had not fallen congress would not have come to power says mulayam

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Thursday sought to wean away Sharad Pawar from the UPA telling the Agriculture Minister that he better realise he was being made scapegoat by the Congress on price rise.

Yadav, participating in the discussion on price rise in the Lok Sabha, also made overtures to NDA convenor and JD(U) President Sharad Yadav urging him to quit the Opposition alliance.

"I want to caution Pawar. The Congress has been telling its cadre that you are responsible for price rise. This is the message the Congress has sent to its district committees. Come out of the UPA and we will work together," the SP chief said.

He said it was the collective responsibility of the Centre to control price rise and not that of the Agriculture Minister alone. Yadav also said he would make attempts to wean away Sharad Yadav from the NDA. "We will also get Sharad Yadav out of NDA," he said.

Turning to the BJP, the SP chief said he could have done business with that party if the Babri Masjid was not demolished.  "If the Babri Masjid had not been demolished they would not have been here," Yadav said pointing at the Treasury Benches. PTI

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