The Samajwadi Party and the Rashtriya Lok Dal have officially declared their collaboration for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The RLD has confirmed that as part of the alliance, the Samajwadi Party will allocate seven seats in western Uttar Pradesh to RLD nominees.
This strategic alliance was formally announced through social media by SP President Akhilesh Yadav and RLD Chief Jayant Chaudhary. Yadav expressed his enthusiasm for the alliance in a post on X, stating, "Congratulations to everyone on the alliance of RLD and SP. Let us all unite for victory."
Chaudhary echoed the sentiment, sharing the same tweet and emphasizing their commitment to safeguarding national and constitutional values. He urged all alliance members to work together for the development and prosperity of the region. Accompanying the announcement were pictures of the two leaders symbolically shaking hands.
According to an RLD spokesperson, the seat-sharing arrangement was finalized during a meeting between the leaders. While the RLD will be contesting seven seats in western Uttar Pradesh, specific details about the allocated constituencies were not disclosed. This collaboration aims to strengthen the political landscape and advance shared goals for the benefit of the region.
(With Agency Inputs)