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SNS & PTI LUCKNOW/PATNA, April 12: Facing criticism for opposing English and computers in its poll manifesto as living in the 19th century, the Samajwadi Party was at pains today to explain it was not against their use but only did not want them to be made compulsory.
The Congress and the BJP attacked Mulayam Singh Yadav's party for dragging India back into the Stone Age while Mrs Priyanka Gandhi Vadra ridiculed the SP document as a strange manifesto in 21st century and wondered who drafted it.
The former UP chief minister said he was not against studying in English, when it was pointed out that his son had studied in a convent school. But he insisted that it …