The struggle for power has started in Uttar Pradesh for the assembly elections to be held next year. In the election preparations, the main opposition party of the state, the Samajwadi Party, is leaving no stone unturned. If the Samajwadi Party is making full efforts to return to power, it is also trying to increase its own clan. In this connection, Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav has made an open offer to Kavi Kumar Vishwas to join the party. Mulayam Singh has invited Kumar Vishwas to join the SP through senior poet Uday Pratap in a program. Although Kumar Vishwas has also given his answer on this.
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Actually, the occasion was the release of the book ‘Rajneeti Ke Paar’ by senior Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav. SP Patron Mulayam Singh Yadav and party’s national president Akhilesh Yadav were present in this program. Former Aam Aadmi Party leader and poet Kumar Vishwas also attended the launch program of Ramgopal’s book. During the program Mulayam Singh expressed his feelings with senior poet Uday Pratap sitting next to him. After this Uday Pratap made them public from the stage.
Poet Uday Pratap Singh said, ‘Kumar Vishwas is known as a great poet. Just now Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) said in my ears that if Kumar Vishwas is not in any party then why not invite him to Samajwadi Party. After this, the people present there also openly supported it. Kumar Vishwas, who was present on the stage, also started smiling.
Kumar Vishwas said this thing
After this Kumar Vishwas gave his reply through tweet. He wrote in the tweet, ‘My dear, the title of the book I released is ‘Rajneeti Ke Paar’, information in itself. Leaders from Congress, Left, Right to new parties were involved in the 75-festival of Prof. Ramgopal ji. Only me and Prof. Ramgopal ji’s book was ‘the cross of politics’.
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Earlier, Kumar Vishwas mentioned his political experiences in the program. Also said that he is no longer anywhere (in any party). While addressing the program, Kumar Vishwas had said that ‘I also came into politics, but those with me moved ahead and now I am not in any party’.