Akhilesh had left the meeting after an argument with the father Mulalyam Singh Yadav on the platform.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav broke down Monday morning at a meeting Samajwadi Paty (SP) in Lucknow, saying he had no intention of forming a new party despite claims of his uncle Shivpal Singh Yadav.
Shivpal, SP leader and former Minister of State, during his address to party workers alleged that he recently met Akhilesh and he plans to form a new party in alliance with another party. Singh said, "I was told he (Akhilesh) will form a new party. I swear on the Gangajal. "
Akhilesh has clarified its position on the issue, saying: "People say that a new party will be formed. Which form the new party, certainly not me. "
Shortly after the UP chief minister dropped his uncle of the state cabinet on Saturday, Shivpal said his cousin Ram Gopal Yadav was expelled from the party for "conspiring with the BJP."
Akhilesh also said that party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav had requested his resignation, he would have bid it. "If Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) has asked my resignation, I would have given," Akhilesh said.
Mulayam also expressed sadness at the meeting, saying that everyone has worked very hard for the party and it is sad to see such a flaw now. "Instead of fighting our weaknesses, we are fighting us," said Mulayam.
He also assured workers that his son will not be removed from the game. He referred to the alleged gap in the party caused by Amar Singh.
"I can not leave Amar Singh and Shivpal Yadav. All sins are forgiven Amar Singh, "Mulayam said. Amar Singh is said to be one of the main triggers that led to that led to the divide in the party and caused the FUED family.
Reports said that after an argument at the stage between Mulayam and son, the UP chief minister left the meeting and headed to his official residence.