Lucknow: Ahead of the upcoming assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party (SP) candidates took lessons from the party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on the election wining tips.

Giving word of caution to the SP candidates, Yadav said the work report of the candidates will be scanned on November 14, and in case of anomalies found the ticket will be changed.

Advising the contestants to form booth committees by November 12 to interact with locals, Yadav asked them to visit in their respective constituencies to make people aware of the party’s policies and to garner support.

“Within last 15 days there have been changes in the political scenario of the state, favouring the party. Victory in 2012 assembly elections will confirm 40-60 parliamentary seats for the SP, which will play a crucial role in formation of the Central government in 2014,” Yadav said.

Taking serious note of the candidates who have not participated in any movement of the party, Yadav cautioned such candidates who have received tickets without participating in the movements and protests launched by the party. 

JPN/Bureau