Modi ‘tsunami’ in Uttar Pradesh uproots family tree of Mulayam

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The Modi ‘tsunami’ in Uttar Pradesh not only saw the ground below the feet of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav slipping away but also swept away many members of the first family of the state.

And while the 43-year-old Chief Minister lost his chair, his father and party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav has lost the aura surrounding his clan for many decades.The Yadavs, who were till not-so-long ago considered invincible, were routed in most seats that they contested. The younger daughter-in-law of the Yadav chieftain, Aparna Yadav, lost from Lucknow Cantt from where she was hoping to make her maiden entry into politics.

A vocal social worker who did not hide her feelings even at the height of the power struggle in the Yadav clan late last year, Aparna lost to incumbent legislator Rita Bahuguna Joshi, who had switched to BJP from the Congress and was handed the ticket. Mulayam had gone to campaign for Aparna, his son Prateek’s wife, and told the gathering at the rally that his personal honour was at stake on this seat. The electorate didn’t care, it seems.

Anurag Yadav, elder son of Mulayam’s brother Abhayram Yadav, contested from the Sarojini Nagar seat in the state capital but failed to make it to the 17th Vidhan Sabha. His hopes for political entry were dashed by the BJP’s Swati Singh, who is a relative newco ..

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Credits: economictimes.indiatimes.com

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