Mulayam refuses to comment on exit poll, but thanks SP workers
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With his party emerging as the frontrunner in exit polls for Uttar Pradesh, SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav thanked party workers for their hard work during the elections.
He, however, refrained from commenting on the survey and asked mediapersons to wait till results are out on March 6.
"Do din aur bachen hain. 6 March tak ruk jaiye sari anishchitta khatam ho jayegi (wait two more days and all uncertainties will end)," Yadav said when asked about the exit poll surveys which showed SP at the top.
The SP supremo said because of the hard work of party workers, the possibility of his party forming the next government in the state had brightened.
He said his party always stood for the cause of people and accused the BSP government of adopting an autocratic attitude and lodging lakhs of "fake cases" against SP workers.
State SP chief and Mulayam's son Akhilesh remained in the state capital to analyse the party's performance before the D-day.
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