In yet another twist in the Samajwadi family feud, it has been observed that in the two expulsion letters of Ram Gopal Yadav and Kiranmoy Nanda issued by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, the signatures of Mulayam are different.

As the Yadav versus Yadav battle has reached Delhi, SP supremo Mulayam Singh on January 1 expelled party’s national vice president Kiranmoy Nanda for attending the national convention called by the Akhilesh camp.

In the letter to Nanda, Mulayam said he took part in the “emergency national representatives’ convention” which is not only “unconstitutional but also amounts to anti-party activities”.

While acting against Ram Gopal Yadav for convening a national executive meet, Mulayam expelled him from Samajwadi Party for six years.

Now, in the letter written to Kiranmoy Nanda, the signature of Mulayam Singh Yadav shows his full name and notably, that’s exactly how the SP supremo makes his signature. While the expulsion letter of Ram Gopal Yadav has Mulayam Singh’s name in short.

Mulayam’s different signatures on the letters has given rise to chatter over which of the two is genuine. Specualtions are rife that someone else been taking decisions on behalf of Mulayam Singh Yadav in the ruling party.

Earlier, Akhilesh Yadav had also hinted that Mulayam’s name was being misused and the letters were actually being issued by his estranged uncle Shivpal Yadav.

Members from inside the family are being accused of making fake signatures on behalf of Mulayam Singh Yadav to allegedly take selfish decisions.

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Meanwhile, senior SP leader Ram Gopal Yadav has reportedly gone to meet the officials of the Election Commission to stake claim for the party symbol ‘Cycle’. Ram Gopal Yadav is reportedly being accompanied by senior leader Naresh Agarwal, who was recently expelled by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Earlier, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and senior leaders Amar Singh, Shivpal Singh Yadav and Jaya Prada met the Election Commission over the same issue.

The ball is now in EC’s court to decide as to which side could finally stake claim on the party’s symbol.