A leader for all seasons A flip- flop on India’s n- deal in 2008

In 2008, the Samajwadi Party opposed the Indo- US nuclear deal with the Left. The party also participated on the stage with the CPI( M) at a rally in the IAEA, censuring the UPA’s vote against Iran. But in July 2008, the party changed its stage and ousted the Manmohan Singh government in a 22 July trust vote after the Left withdrew support.

SP’s defense for the reversal Kalam had told him that the deal was in India’s interest.

His critics claim that the rebellious face was the result of the CBI disquisition Mulayam and his family were facing for allegedly amassing means disproportionate to their known sources of income.

In the months following the trust vote, Mulayam’s son-in-law Dimple Yadav wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, denying allegations that she had Benami means on behalf of the family. Singh transferred his letter to the CBI, seeking legal opinion.

In November 2008, Solicitor General G E Vahanvati gave his opinion that the means of Dimple and Mulayam’s late first woman.

Malti Devi couldn’t be conjoined with the SP chief, as she” had no public office”. In December 2008, the CBI applied to the court, seeking the pullout of its earlier plea to register a regular case against the Yadavs.

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