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Mulayam Singh Yadav
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Shri.Mulayam Singh Yadav , addressing at the National Development Council 52nd Meeting, at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on December 9, 2006.jpg
Member of Parliament (MP) in Lok Sabha
Assumed office
23 May 2019
Preceded byTej Pratap Singh Yadav
ConstituencyMainpuri
In office
16 May 2014 – 23 May 2019
Preceded byRamakant Yadav
Succeeded byAkhilesh Yadav
ConstituencyAzamgarh
In office
16 May 2009 – 16 May 2014
Preceded byDharmendra Yadav
Succeeded byTej Pratap Singh Yadav
ConstituencyMainpuri
In office
1998–2004
Preceded byD. P. Yadav
Succeeded byRam Gopal Yadav
ConstituencySambhal
In office
1996–1998
Preceded byUday Pratap Singh
Succeeded byBalram Singh Yadav
ConstituencyMainpuri
15th Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh
In office
29 August 2003 – 13 May 2007
Preceded byMayawati
Succeeded byMayawati
In office
5 December 1993 – 3 June 1995
Preceded byPresident's rule
Succeeded byMayawati
In office
5 December 1989 – 24 June 1991
Preceded byNarayan Datt Tiwari
Succeeded byKalyan Singh
21st Defence Minister of India
In office
01 Jun 1996 – 19 Mar 1998
Prime Minister
Preceded byPramod Mahajan
Succeeded byGeorge Fernandes
1st President of the Samajwadi Party
In office
03 Oct 1992 – 01 Jan 2017
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byAkhilesh Yadav
Personal details
Born(1939-11-22)22 November 1939
Saifai, United Provinces, India
DiedGurugram, Haryana, India
Political partySamajwadi Party (1992–present)
Other political
affiliations
Spouses
Relations
ChildrenAkhilesh Yadav[1]
ResidenceSaifai, Etawah district, Uttar Pradesh
EducationMasters of Arts, (political science), (English Literature), Bachelor of Education
Alma mater
OccupationPolitician
ProfessionAgriculturist, former teacher
Mulayam Singh Yadav (22 November 1939 – 10 October 2022) was an Indian politician and the founder-patron of the Samajwadi Party. He served for three non-consecutive terms as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and also served as the Minister of Defence, Government of India. A long-time parliamentarian, he was the Member of Parliament, representing the constituency of Mainpuri in the Lok Sabha, and has also earlier served as the Member of Parliament from Azamgarh and Sambhal constituencies. He was often referred to as Netaji (meaning respected leader in Hindi) by party leaders and workers.
Contents
1 Early life and education
2 Personal life
2.1 Family tree
3 Early political career
4 Chief Minister
4.1 First term
4.2 Second term
4.3 Third term
5 Cabinet minister
6 Positions held
7 Controversies
7.1 Criticism over comment on rape
7.2 Support for a sovereign independent Tibet
7.3 Family feud
8 In popular culture
9 References
10 Further reading
11 External links
Early life and education
Mulayam Singh Yadav was born to Murti Devi and Sughar Singh Yadav on 22 November 1939 in Saifai village, Etawah district, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Yadav has three degrees in political science — a B.A. from Karm Kshetra Post Graduate College in Etawah, a B.T. from A. K. College in Shikohabad, and an M.A. from B. R. College, Agra University.
Personal life
Yadav has married twice. His first wife, Malti Devi, was in a vegetative state from 1974 until her death in May 2003 following complications while giving birth to their only child, Akhilesh Yadav. Akhilesh was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh from 2012 to 2017.
Mulayam had a relationship with Sadhana Gupta while still married to Malti Devi in the 1990s. Gupta was not well known until February 2007, when the relationship was admitted in India's Supreme Court. Sadhana Gupta has a son named Prateek Yadav (born 1988), from her first marriage.
Prateek's wife Aparna Bisht Yadav (born 1990) joined BJP in 2022. Sadhana Gupta died in July 2022 after a brief illness.
Family tree
Mulayam Singh Yadav has 4 brothers and a sister Kamla Devi. Ram Gopal Yadav and his sister Geeta Devi are his cousins. The family tree of Yadav family is as follows:
Ratan Singh Yadav (eldest brother)
Ranvir Singh Yadav (nephew)
Tej Pratap Singh Yadav (grandnephew)
Mulayam Singh Yadav (himself)
Akhilesh Yadav (son)
Prateek Yadav (stepson)
Abhay Ram Yadav (younger brother)
Dharmendra Yadav (nephew)
Anurag Yadav (nephew)
Rajpal Singh Yadav (younger brother)
Abhishek Yadav (nephew)
Aryan Yadav (nephew)
Shivpal Singh Yadav (youngest brother)
Aditya Yadav (nephew)
Ram Gopal Yadav (cousin)
Akshay Yadav (son of Ram Gopal)
Note: Akhilesh Yadav is the only child of Mulayam Singh Yadav from his first wife Malati Devi. Prateek Yadav is the son of Chandra Prakash Gupta and Sadhna Gupta (2nd wife of Mulayam).
Early political career
Groomed by leaders such as Ram Manohar Lohia and Raj Narain, Yadav was first elected as a Member of the Legislative Assembly in Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh in 1967. Yadav served eight terms there. In 1975, during Indira Gandhi's imposition of the Emergency, Yadav was arrested and kept in custody for 19 months. He first became a state minister in 1977. Later, in 1980, he became the president of the Lok Dal (People's Party) in Uttar Pradesh which became a part of the Janata Dal (People's Party) afterwards. In 1982, he was elected leader of the opposition in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council and held that post until 1985. When the Lok Dal party split, Yadav launched the Krantikari Morcha party.
Chief Minister
First term
Yadav first became Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1989.
After the collapse of the V. P. Singh national government in November 1990, Yadav joined Chandra Shekhar's Janata Dal (Socialist) party and continued in office as chief minister with the support of the Indian National Congress (INC). His government fell when the INC withdrew their support in April 1991 in the aftermath of developments at the national level where it has earlier withdrawn its support for Chandra Shekhar's government. Mid-term elections to Uttar Pradesh assembly were held in mid-1991, in which Mulayam Singh's party lost power to the BJP.
Second term
In 1992, Yadav founded his own Samajwadi Party (Socialist Party). In 1993, he allied with the Bahujan Samaj Party for the elections to Uttar Pradesh assembly due to be held in November 1993. The alliance between Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party prevented the return of BJP to power in the state. Yadav became chief minister of Uttar Pradesh with the support of Congress and Janata Dal. His stand on movement for demanding separate statehood for Uttarakhand was as much controversial as his stand on Ayodhya movement in 1990 was. There was a firing on Uttarakhand activists at Muzaffarnagar on 2 October 1994, something for which Uttarakhand activists held him responsible. He continued holding that post until his ally opted into another alliance in June 1995.
Third term
In 2002, following a fluid post-election situation in Uttar Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party and Bahujan Samaj Party joined to form a government under Dalit leader Mayawati, who was considered to be Yadav's greatest political rival in the state. The BJP pulled out of the government on 25 August 2003, and enough rebel legislators of the Bahujan Samaj Party left to allow Yadav to become the Chief Minister, with the support of independents and small parties. He was sworn in as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh for the third time in September 2003.
Yadav was still a member of the Lok Sabha when he was sworn in as chief minister. In order to meet the constitutional requirement of becoming the member of state legislature within six months of being sworn in, he contested the assembly by-election from Gunnaur assembly seat in January 2004. Yadav won by a record margin, polling almost 94 per cent of the votes.
With the hope of playing a major role at the centre, Yadav contested the 2004 Lok Sabha elections from Mainpuri while still Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. He won the seat and his Samajwadi Party won more seats in Uttar Pradesh than all other parties. However the Congress party, which formed the coalition government at the centre after the elections, had majority in the Lok Sabha with the support of the Communist parties. As a result, Yadav could not play any significant role at the centre, Yadav resigned from the Lok Sabha and chose to continue as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh until the 2007 elections, when he lost to the BSP.
Cabinet minister
In 1996, Yadav was elected to the eleventh Lok Sabha from Mainpuri constituency. In the United Front coalition government formed that year, his party joined and he was named India's Defence Minister. That government fell in 1998 as India went in for fresh elections, but he returned to the Lok Sabha that yearfrom Sambhal parliamentary constituency. After the fall of Atal Bihari Vajpayee government at the centre in April 1999, he did not support the Congress party in the formation of the government at the centre. He contested Lok Sabha elections of 1999 from two seats, Sambhal and Kannauj, and won from both. He resigned from Kannauj seat for his son Akhilesh in the by-elections.
Positions held
Mulayam Singh Yadav has been elected 10 times as MLA and 7 times as Lok Sabha MP.
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From
To
Position
Party
1.
1967
1969
MLA (1st term) from Jaswantnagar in 4th Vidhan Sabha
SSP
2.
1974
1977
MLA (2nd term) from Jaswantnagar
BKD
3.
1977
1980
MLA (3rd term) from Jaswantnagar
BLD
4.
1985
1989
MLA (4th term) from Jaswantnagar
Lok Dal
5.
1989
1991
* MLA (5th term) from Jaswantnagar * Chief Minister (1st term) in Government of UP
Janata Dal
6.
1991
1993
MLA (6th term) from Jaswantnagar, Nidhauli Kalan and Tilhar (by-boll)
Janata Party
7.
1993
1996
* MLA (7th term) from Jaswantnagar and Shikohabad * Chief Minister (2nd term) in Government of UP (1993-1995)
SP
8.
1996
1996
MLA (8th term) from Sahaswan (resigned in 1996)
SP
9.
1996
1998
* MP (1st term) in 11th Lok Sabha from Mainpuri * Minister of Defence in Government of India
SP
10.
1998
1999
MP (2nd term) in 12th Lok Sabha from Sambhal
SP
11.
1999
2004
MP (3rd term) in 13th Lok Sabha from Sambhal and Kannauj (resigned from Kannauj in 2000)
SP
12.
2003
2007
* Chief Minister (3rd term) in Government of UP * MLA (9th term) from Gunnaur by-poll (2004-2007)
SP
13.
2004
2004
MP (4th term) in 14th Lok Sabha from Mainpuri (resigned in 2004)
SP
14.
2007
2009
MLA (10th term) from Gunnaur and Bharthana (resigned in 2009)
SP
15.
2009
2014
MP (5th term) in 15th Lok Sabha from Mainpuri
SP
16.
2014
2019
MP (6th term) in 16th Lok Sabha from Azamgarh and Mainpuri (resigned from Mainpuri in 2014)
SP
17.
2019
Present
MP (7th term) in 17th Lok Sabha from Mainpuri
SP
Controversies
Criticism over comment on rape
The crime of rape became a capital offence in India following the 2012 Delhi gang rape incident. Yadav has opposed this change in the law, saying that "Boys will be boys. Boys commit mistakes". In response to 2014 Badaun gang rape and Yadav's comments, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said "We say no to the dismissive, destructive attitude of, 'Boys will be boys'". On 19 August 2015, Yadav remarked that gang-rapes are impractical and rape-victims in those cases tend to lie. He was summoned by the Judicial Magistrate of Mahoba district court in Uttar Pradesh for that remark.
Support for a sovereign independent Tibet
Yadav has said it is necessary for India to support a sovereign and independent Tibet. He said that a past government had made a "big mistake" on the issue and noted that he had spoken against it at the time. He believed that Tibet was a traditional buffer between China and India and that India should support the Dalai Lama and Tibetan independence. Claiming that China had secreted nuclear weapons in Pakistan, he cautioned that "China is our enemy, not Pakistan. Pakistan can do us no damage".
Family feud
Since the young Akhilesh Yadav became Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in 2012, surpassing Mulayam's brother Shivpal Singh Yadav, the Yadav family was divided into two feuding groups. One of the groups, led by Akhilesh, enjoyed the support of his father's cousin and National General Secretary Ram Gopal Yadav. The rival group was led by Mulayam Singh and supported by his brother and State Chief of Party, Shivpal Yadav, and a friend, former MP Amar Singh. Akhilesh had fired his uncle twice from his cabinet as it was seen by many as a direct challenge to his father, who has steadily supported Shivpal over Akhilesh. On 30 December 2016, Mulayam Yadav expelled his son Akhilesh and his cousin Ram Gopal from the party for six years on the grounds of indiscipline, only to revoke the decision 24 hours later. Akhilesh, in response, stripped his father off the party presidency and instead named him the chief patron of the party following the national convention of the party on 1 January 2017. Mulayam termed the national convention as illegal and directly expelled his cousin, Ram Gopal Yadav, who had convened the national executive convention. But the Election commission of India ruled that Ram Gopal Yadav had the right to convene that executive convention, and reversed Mulayam's order. Hence Akhilesh Yadav officially became the new national leader of the party.
In popular culture
Main Mulayam Singh Yadav, an Indian Hindi-language biographical film by Suvendu Raj Ghosh based on his life released in 2021; with Amyth Sethi playing the titular role in the film. Subhash Tyagi portrayed Yadav in the 2019 film The Accidental Prime Minister by Vijay Gutte, about Manmohan Singh - the former prime minister of India.
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