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...But NTR’s son-in-law Chandrababu Naidu outfoxed them all and became the Telugu Desam Party’s supremo. In Tamil Nadu, a tussle between brothers MK Alagiri and MK Stalin resulted in bad blood, with father M Karunanidhi putting his weight behind Stalin and anointing him the DMK’s working president. In Tamil Nadu too, a different family confrontation happened decades ago after MG Ramachandran died. MGR’s family led by his wife did everything it could to keep the outsider J Jayalalithaa away. The family’s combined might failed and Jayalalithaa secured control of both the AIADMK and MGR’s legacy. But the Yadav family fight in Uttar Pradesh is in a different league. Here the son is pitted against his father. And uncles, nephews, cousins etc have aligned themselves to one of the two factions. The battle for Mulayam Singh Yadav’s legacy is happening in the veteran politician’s lifetime. ...ABP on Jan. 9, 2017, midnight
...The coalition is more of a snub to the ruling Samajwadi Party than a strategy to win the election. Only days ago, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav had ruled out a pre-poll alliance, and asked like-minded leaders and parties to merge with the SP. This obviously did not go down well with the RLD. The JD (U), which will now be pitted against the ruling party in the State, is still smarting from the earlier experience when Mulayam Singh Yadav had rejected the grand alliance being put in place in the run-up to the last Bihar Assembly election. This is its payback method. Ajit Singh has given two broad reasons for his decision. The first is that he believes the Samajwadi Party had sought to strengthen “communal” forces by refusing an alliance offer. ...ABP on Nov. 28, 2016, midnight