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Lalu proposes, Mulayam flip-flops and Mayawati disposes
Bihar's politics saw a new dawn when political enemies for more than 20 years Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav did a handshake and shared a common platform to address the public. Now there is a alliance between RJD and JDU for the by-polls on ten Assembly seats in the state.

On the lines of his alliance with Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav suggested another Yadav i.e. Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav to join hands with his political enemy Mayawati, the supremo of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

Lalu Yadav's suggestion initially came during the first week of August when he announced his alliance with Nitish Kumar. At that time there was no rsponse from Samajwadi Party. Now on Monday when Nitish and Lalu addressed a public meeting, the later again asked the two UP leaders to come together in the name of fighting BJP.

This time Mulayam Singh Yadav positively responded to Lalu Yadav's call, when he showed his consent towards joining hands with Mayawati to stop BJP from winning elections in UP. Mulayam Singh said that if Lalu Yadav would mediate he would think over the proposal. 

Initially some media reports suggested that Mayawati-led BSP too showed its interest for the alliance with SP but with some ridders. Reportedly BSP demanded that first SP should apologies for the 1995 guest house incident when some SP workers had misbehaved with Mayawati. Secondly, BSP asked SP to apologies for the pathetic condition of law and order and the economy of the UP.

However, soon all the media reports proved rumours when Mayawati herself addressed the media and ruled out any possibilities of alliance with SP. She said that both the Yadavs i.e. Lalu and Mulayam, are power hungry politicians.

Later Mulayam Singh Yadav too denied that there was any possibilities of tie-up with Mayawati.

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