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SP signals an end to Janata merger, walks out of Bihar alliance 3.9.2015 Latest News
The Samajwadi Party (SP) on Thursday walked out of the 'grand alliance' that plans to take on the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance in the Bihar assembly polls. The SP complained of not being consulted in the seat sharing talks and that ...
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Samajwadi Party may form third front in Bihar 3.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The Samajwadi Party, which on Thursday quit the Janata Parivar to announce it will contest the Bihar polls on its own, may form a third front with like-minded parties, a senior party leader said.
Mulayam deals jolt to Nitish-Lalu alliance, to contest alone (Roundup) 3.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party on Thursday walked out of the grand coalition of regional parties in poll-bound Bihar, charging the JD-U-RJD alliance on not consulting them in seat distribution and humiliating them by doling it just five ...
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SP walked out sensing a losing battle in Bihar: BJP 3.9.2015 deccanherald.com
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said the Samajwadi Party walked out of the anti-BJP coalition in Bihar not due to disappointment over seat sharing among the Janata Parivar but also knowing that its a losing alliance.

"Today the SP parted ways with Janata Parivar. It was not merely due to five seats being given to them... the real cause was because it realised that this is a losing alliance and a losing battle in Bihar," BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy said at a press conference here.

Uttar Pradeshs ruling Samajwadi Party on Thursday walked out of the anti-BJP coalition in Bihar saying it will contest the state assembly elections on its own.

Samajwadi Party general secretary Ram Gopal Yadav told reporters earlier in the day that the "grand coalition" had humiliated his party by giving it just five of the 243 seats.
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Samajwadi Party may form third front in Bihar 3.9.2015 deccanherald.com
The Samajwadi Party, which on Thursday quit the Janata Parivar to announce it will contest the Bihar polls on its own, may form a third front with like-minded parties, a senior party leader said. Samajwadi Partys Bihar unit president Ramchander Singh Yadav said over telephone that within 3-4 days, his party will reveal the formation of a front with like-minded parties to contest the assembly polls. "One thing is certain, the Samajwadi Party will lead other parties," he said. Sources said the Nationalist Congress Party and Pappu Yadavs Jan Adhikar Manch may also be part of the third front. However, Samajwadi Party is not known to have a strong social support base in Bihar. "Till date, Samajwadi Party has not proved its strength and presence," political observer Mahender Yadav said. He said the Samajwadi Partys main rival Bahujan Samaj Party enjoys better support in some districts of Bihar. The party had won a few assembly seats in previous ...
SP walked out sensing a losing battle in Bihar: BJP 3.9.2015 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, Sep 3: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said the Samajwadi Party walked out of the anti-BJP coalition in Bihar not due to disappointment over seat sharing among the Janata Parivar but also knowing that it's a losing alliance."Today
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Will miffed SP be able to cobble together a new alliance in JD(U)-RJD ruled Bihar? 3.9.2015 FirstPost: Politics

The Samajwadi Party has finally decided to contest the Bihar Assembly election on its own, effectively quitting the so-called grand alliance comprising the erstwhile Janata parivar factions and the Congress.

The post Will miffed SP be able to cobble together a new alliance in JD(U)-RJD ruled Bihar? appeared first on Firstpost.

Grand Alliance a Sinking Ship: BJP 3.9.2015 newindianexpress.com
BJP said, Opposition grand alliance was a sinking ship from which Mulayam was first to jump off to save himself, his party.
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Sharad Yadav tries pacifying 'upset' Mulayam Singh, says 'Janata Parivar remains intact' 3.9.2015 Zee News : States
JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav on Thursday met Mulayam Singh Yadav who is supposedly upset over sharing of seats between SP and other parties contesting for Bihar Assembly elections.
Bihar Elections 2015: BJP says Grand Alliance is a sinking ship 3.9.2015 DNA: Top News
The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said that Opposition 'Mahagath bandhan' or 'grand alliance' was a "sinking ship" from which Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav was the first one to jump off to save himself and his party. "It has now been proved that grand alliance is a sinking ship. Yadav was the first one to jump off from it because nobody wants to be on a ship which is going down. It seems that his 'swabhiman' (self-respect) awakened after the Swabhiman Rally of the alliance," BJP national spokesperson Syed Shahnawaz Hussain said in Patna. Expressing happiness over SP quitting the grand alliance, Hussain pointed out that Yadav must have realised that senior leaders among the constituents, who had worked with socialist leaders like Ram Manohar Lohia and Jaya Prakash Narayan were not ready to hobnob with their bete noire Congress. "The mammoth rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Bhagalpur was an eye-opener for Yadav. He must have understood that the grand alliance has no chance to win ...
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Bihar Polls 2015: Sharad Yadav meets Mulayam Singh Yadav; says grand alliance will remain intact 3.9.2015 DNA: Top News
After a brief meeting between Samajwadi Party and JD(U),  all is reportedly well between the Janata Parivar parties. On Thursday morning, SP, led by Mulayam Singh Yadav, had announced exit from the grand alliance saying it felt "humiliated" at being allotted a paltry five seats and deciding to contest the elections on its own. After their meeting, Sharad Yadav told media that the grand alliance is still on and seat sharing will be discussed later.  "We talked about the state of affairs of nation and also talked about the upcoming Bihar polls. We will talk about the issue of seat sharing later. Grand alliance will remain as it was before today," said Sharad Yadav on Thursday evening.  "Gath bandhan jaisa thaa, waisa hi rahega", says JDU Chief after meeting Mulayam S Yadav. pic.twitter.com/Wn27NqhDeN — ANI (@ANI_news) September 3, 2015 "In Bihar the party will contest separately. The bigger parties in the alliance did not consult us while declaring seats due to which the SP felt humiliated. This is not the ...
Bihar grand alliance sinking ship, Mulayam's SP abandoned it: BJP - Hindustan Times 3.9.2015
Bihar grand alliance sinking ship, Mulayam's SP abandoned it: BJP Hindustan Times Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh with RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and JD(U) chief Sharad Yadav share the dais at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. (PTI File Photo). Share. The Bharatiya Janata Party said on Thursday the Samajwadi Party walked out of ...
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Differences with SP on Bihar polls will be sorted out: JD(U) 3.9.2015 Asian Age: India
JD(U) president Sharad Yadav (Photo: PTI/File) 'Let me tell you our alliance will remain' New Delhi: JD (U) claimed that it will sort out differences with Mulayam Singh Yadav over seat sharing in Bihar after Samajwadi Party on Thursday pulled out of the 'grand alliance' in the poll-bound state saying it felt "humiliated", days after NCP quit the anti-BJP coalition. Party President Sharad Yadav merely said "the country is full of internal contradictions" when asked whether it was a major set back to his attempt to bring all non-BJP parties together. SP on Thursday announced its decision to leave the alliance saying it felt "humiliated" as it was not consulted while deciding seats and would contest the Assembly election in the state on its own. NCP had pulled out of the alliance last month even as Left parties have decided to contest Bihar polls separately. Soon after SP announced in Lucknow that it will contest Bihar election separately, the JD-U Chief told a press conference here said he will find a ...
RJD leader Raghunath Jha quits, to join Samajwadi Party 3.9.2015 Asian Age: India
Senior RJD leader Raghunath Jha. (Photo: Twitter) Jha accused party president Lalu Prasad of ignoring senior leaders Patna: In a jolt to RJD ahead of the Bihar polls, senior leader Raghunath Jha on Thursday resigned from his post and primary membership of the party, accusing party president Lalu Prasad of ignoring senior leaders and putting entire focus on his family. Considered the Brahmin face of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Jha, 76, a former minister of state for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, said he is joining Samajwadi Party (SP). In a letter sent to Prasad, Jha said, "I have been with you in thick and thin for the last 25 years. But, seeing your behaviour these days towards party workers and neglect towards me, I am resigning from the primary membership of the party and the post of its national vice-president." Talking to PTI, Jha, a member of the 14th Lok Sabha from Bettiah constituency, elaborated about the reasons behind his leaving RJD. He accused Prasad of indulging in 'family ...
Will talk to Mulayam, says Sharad Yadav 3.9.2015 Zee News : States
 Janata Dal-United president Sharad Yadav said on Thursday that he won't allow the Samajwadi Party to walk out of the Janata Parivar and that everything will be sorted out soon.
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RJD Leader Raghunath Jha Quits Party, to Join SP 3.9.2015 newindianexpress.com
Raghunath Jha resigned from primary membership, accusing Lalu of ignoring senior leaders, putting entire focus on his family.
Differences With SP on Bihar Polls Will Be Sorted Out: JD(U) 3.9.2015 newindianexpress.com
SP today announced its decision to leave the alliance saying it felt "humiliated" as it was not consulted while deciding seats.
Lack of Job Opportunities Led to Patel Quota Stir: JD(U) 3.9.2015 newindianexpress.com
At the same time, Yadav was dismissive of the reservation agitation in Gujarat started by Hardik Patel's Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS), saying it will "fizzle out" soon.
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RJD leader Raghunath Jha quits party, to join SP 3.9.2015 deccanherald.com
In a jolt to RJD ahead of the Bihar polls, senior leader Raghunath Jha today resigned from his post and primary membership of the party, accusing party president Lalu Prasad of ignoring senior leaders and putting entire focus on his family. Considered the Brahmin face of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Jha, 76, a former minister of state for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, said he is joining Samajwadi Party (SP). In a letter sent to Prasad, Jha said, "I have been with you in thick and thin for the last 25 years. But, seeing your behaviour these days towards party workers and neglect towards me, I am resigning from the primary membership of the party and the post of its national vice-president." Talking to PTI, Jha, a member of the 14th Lok Sabha from Bettiah constituency, elaborated about the reasons behind his leaving RJD. He accused Prasad of indulging in family politics at the cost of party workers and senior leaders. "The behaviour of Prasad has been very bad towards workers senior leaders. He ...
Senior leader Raghunath Jha quits RJD, to join SP 3.9.2015 TOI: India
Giving a major jolt to the RJD ahead of assembly polls in Bihar, former union minister Raghunath Jha on Thursday resigned from his post and primary membership of the ...
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