Amid troublesome situation after being ditched by southern ally DMK last week, Congress-led UPA seems to hit out with another threat and this time it will be from Samajwadi Party.
SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav who has in favour of forming a Third Front for the next Lok Sabha elections, has much angered from UPA as it rejected the idea of a Third Front.
Sources said that, Yadav in a public rally has urged all like minded parties to come and join hands including BJP and Trinamool Congress, focusing to the next general elections.
Mulayam wants early elections as soon as possible and reportedly, NCP and JD(S) likely to back Mulayam’s rallying, but not DMK.
SP chief has set his mind for future course to withdraw support to the UPA Mulayam which he is likely to announce in a big rally after Holi, party sources said.
Congress’s intension to a partnership with Mulayam’s bitter rival, Mayawati is one of the major reasons of his quitting decision that could be made in the current budget session, hinted by UP CM Akhilesh Yadav.
21-MP strong Mulayam has much embarrassed from the Congress and had already said that it headed a corrupt regime. SP has opened doors for allies Mamata Banerjee and BJP ally Nitish Kumar backing special financial packages for West Bengal and Bihar with special status demand of Bihar in Maharashtra.