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Aparna Yadav: Profile and Other Details



Aparna Singh Yadav is the wife of Parteek Yadav, the second son of Mulayam Singh Yadav. She is widely regarded as the most eligible next generation politician of Samajwadi Party. She never hesitates in taking stand which she considers as right and just. Like Dimple Yadav, Akhilesh’ wife, she is basically a thakur girl. However, as a matter of fact, she has not taken the primary membership of Samajwadi Party.
Unlike Dimple, who despite being a modern and highly educated girl has chosen to remain in the lakshman rekha drawn by Mulayam Singh Yadav, Aparna is going ahead and doing stuffs on her will.



Aparna Singh Bisht and Prateek Yadav

The maiden name of Aparna Singh Yadav is Aparna Singh Bisht. She is the daughter of highly acclaimed journalist and the chief of the Lucknow bureau of the Times of India, Mrs. Arvind Singh Bisht. She started her schooling education from a prominent school in Lucknow. Prateek was also studying in the same school. At that time, the relationship of Prateek with Mulayam Singh Yadav was not known publicly. Mulayam accepted the relationship with his mother, as wife, only in 2007. Prateek and Aparna became close friends and later they started to date. Aparna was unaware of the true identity of Prateek Yadav. She came to know about it only when Prateek took her to his mother Sadhana Gupta. She was shocked and started to love Prateek even more.
However, Aparna told her father about Prateek only when Mulayam Singh accepted Sadhana Gupta as his second wife in the Supreme Court (in a court cases related to property). Arvind Singh Bisht didn’t approve this relationship at that time, but had to give his ascent later.



Aparna Bisht Yadav




A Long Distant Relationship

Aparna and Prateek maintained a long distant relationship through social media for some time. Later, both of them went to the UK for higher studies. Aparna has done masters in International relations while Prateek has done M.Sc. in Management from Leeds University.


Mulayam was not ready for this relationship getting converted into marriage. Sadhana Gupta convinced him and engagement happened in 2010.


They got married in December, 2011 in Safai, the village of Mulayam Singh Yadav. That is considered one of the most lavish marriage ceremony of Uttar Pradesh.



The Arrival of Prathama

The couple – Aparna and Prateek – had their first child, a daughter. They named her Prathama who was born in 2013.



Political Ambitions

As I have mentioned above, Aparna is seen as a successful politician in making. However, she is taking stand on various issues which are against the party line. For example, she had protested against Nirbhaya Documentary and then went to the extent of openly supporting Narendra Modi Swachh Bharat Missiion. Recently, she had also opposed beef eating practice and subtly supporting the BJP.


Sadhana Gupta, her mother – in – law, was keen for the entry of Prateek Yadav in the political arena. She had even convinced Mulayam Singh Yadav to let Prateek fight the election (Lok Sabha, 2014). However, Akhilesh Yadav, Dimple Yadav and Ram Gopal Yadav are against this move. Akhilesh doesn’t want another power center in the party which may come in hand in future like his father. Further, despite support of Shiv Pal Yadva, Prateek decided to not contest the election. He is a body building aficionado and wanted to remain focused in his real estate business.  Sadhana Gupta has no option other than goading Aparna to enter politics. It will be interesting to see whether she will be able to convince a girl like Aparna to join a political party which is known for keeping feudal tradition safe in the modern Uttar Pradesh.



In any case, Aparna has potential, energy and requisite education to serve the people of Uttar Pradesh.


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  1. kindly sir,send me address or email id of Madam Aparna Yadav....thank you

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  2. Rawats, Negis, Bishts are hill tribes - in government classification they are so designated in some districts of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pardesh but not all hill districts !!They are essentially of Mongloid stock !

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    1. Chauhan Bhadauria Rana are also gurjar kind of tribal groups... They fight and win over small kingdoms then take control of other territories..

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