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Ahead of Parl's Winter Session Mulayam hosts lunch for Lalu, Nitish

Ahead of Parl's Winter Session Mulayam hosts lunch for Lalu, Nitish

| | 06 Nov 2014, 02:28 pm
New Delhi, Nov 6 (IBNS): Ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav hosted a lunch at his Delhi residence on Thursday for leaders of several opposition parties, including Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and Janata Dal-United's Nitish Kumar.

Interestingly, these leaders were a part of a non-Congress and non-BJP "Third Front" which was on it way of formation ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.

According to reports, they now plan to put together a "pressure or influence group of like-minded parties" ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament.

Besides Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar, RJD chief's wife Rabri Devi, JDU chief Sharad Yadav, JDS chief Deve Gowda and Indian National Lok Dal's Dushyant Chautala were also some of the invitees.

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