New Delhi, April 1: Samajwadi Party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav has finally broken his silence over his strained relation with son Akhilesh Yadav which became the talk of the town last year.
Unlike his occasional paternal rebukes to his son, this confession seemed to be heartbreaking, as he said no one humiliated him like former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.
Slamming his son for insulting him and uncle Shivpal Yadav, MSY said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was right about Akhilesh.
Quoting a statement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kannauj during the state assembly elections that how can a man who has insulted his father be loyal to the people of the state, Mulayam echoed Modi's views on the issue and said "Ye sahi hai ki jo baap ka nahin hua, wo kisi ka nahin ho sakta".
Mulayam claimed that the said statement made by Modi had certainly affected vote shares of Akhilesh, as the voters understood what he did to father Mulayam.
Yadav recalled how he was the only politician ever to name his son as the Chief Minister even after being actively involved in politics.
"While the people voted for me as the Chief Minister in 2012 I chose to make Akhilesh the Chief Minister, but he humiliated me thereafter," he said.
"I have never been insulted so much ever in my life," he added.
The comments have reignited the infamous SP feud, which had apparently settled down before the elections.