Mulayam became UP Chief Minister for 3 times


Mulayam Singh Yadav, who became the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh three times, was a teacher and muscular wrestler before entering politics. His actions in the arena have also become a topic of debate in politics. Mulayam Singh Yadav was not only the Chief Minister of UP but also the Defense Minister of the country.

He was born in a very simple family in Saifai village in Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh. It is said that his father Sugar Singh wanted to make Mulayam a wrestler, but Mulayam’s luck was at the height of politics.

The Brahmin said – the child will illuminate the name of the family

According to media reports, when Mulayam Singh was born in Uttar Pradesh’s Etawah district, he called his father a Brahmin. After reading Mulayam’s horoscope, the Brahmin predicted that this child (Mulayam) would go far and bring good fortune to the family. The Brahmin forced him not only to earn respect for himself but also to bring a lot of money, name and fame to his family.

Mulayam’s father paid little attention to these things and enrolled him in the village school. His father wanted him to be a high level wrestler. As soon as he reached the threshold of youth, he also began to learn the stakes of wrestling.

He started working as a conductor as a teacher, traveling by bicycle

Mulayam Singh Yadav started his career as a teacher. In addition to teaching, he also wrestles. Experts say Mulayam dhobi paat was very popular in akharas. Mulayam dusted off the identity of someone taller than him in an instant.

Similarly, he made many high stakes in politics and defeated his opponent. It is said that a wrestling tournament was once held in Mainpuri. Where Nathu Singh was impressed by Mulayam’s bets and smarts in the arena. Nathu Singh also became Mulayam’s political mentor.

At the age of 28, he contested his election as an MLA

Nathu Singh taught Mulayam Singh Yadav the real tricks of politics. Subsequently, at the age of 28, Nathu Singh was fielded from the Jaswantnagar assembly seat on the Samyukta Socialist Party ticket. Where Mulayam Singh won with good votes. According to experts, the Jaswantnagar assembly seat belonged to Nathu Singh. He brought Mulayam here. At the same time, after joining politics, Mulayam Singh resigned as a teacher.

He also joined Indian Kranti Dal

The Samyukta Socialist Party was the party of Ram Manohar Lohia, whom Mulayam Singh considered a political mentor. Mulayam won the assembly elections in 1967 but Ram Manohar Lohia died in 1968. After Lohia’s death, Mulayam Singh Yadav was very worried.

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