Mulayam Singh Yadav shocked everyone in Lok Sabha by praising Modi government. The video recording of his speech has gone viral on the internet.
Veteran politician Mulayam Singh Yadav stood up in the Lok Sabha and praised Narendra Modi for running the nation successfully for last 5 years. Mulayam has been known for making U-turns; this one surprisingly was in favor of Prime Minister. Mulayam said that Modi ji would be the best person to lead the nation after the elections and all the other parties put together would not be able to make it to majority mark.
Mulayam added that the way house was handled by Modi was appreciable and commendable. Mulayam was seated right next to Sonia Gandhi in the Lok Sabha while he praised Modi. His praises and blessings for Modi has shocked his own son Akhilesh Yadav, who has allied with his ‘good-old-enemy’ Mayawati ahead of the polls to defeat BJP in Uttar Pradesh, which is India’s most important state with regards to elections.
Modi thanked Yadav for his blessings and was pleased to hear his key opponent praising him whole-heartedly. This speech was given on the last day of this session of the Lok Sabha.
Yadav expressed himself in front of entire assembly saying that he really wishes that Mr. Modi becomes the prime minister once again as he would be the best person to lead the nation for the coming 5 years.
Former Prime Minister and leader of Janta Dal (Secular) Deve Gowda also praised Modi.
Prime Minister gave a long speech at the end of the meeting; this speech marked the termination of the 16th Lok Sabha. He shared his experiences and made some witty remarks as well.
Praises from important leaders just ahead of the polls, will definitely give a great boost to chances of ruling BJP to win the elections. Such statements will also give them chances of forming alliance with parties who have been opposing them for a long time.
Though such ‘blessings’ are shocking for Akhilesh Yadav, Sonia Gandhi and many other leaders. BJP leaders cheered and praised both Yadav and Deve Gowda for the kind of role they played at the end of the 16th Lok Sabha.