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Amar continues tirade against Mulayam

india Updated: Feb 14, 2010 21:38 IST

Continuing his attack on the Samajwadi Party Chief, Amar Singh on Sunday equated Mulayam Singh Yadav with 'Dhritrashtra', saying when injustice was being meted out to him, Yadav remained a mute spectator.

"Yadav like Dhritrashtra (a character in the Hindu epic Mahabharata) who remained a mute spectator when injustice was meted out to Draupadi, kept mum when his relatives called me all funny and nasty names," Singh said at a meeting of Kshatriya Samaj here.

"After putting in 14 years of my life for SP, I had been humiliated and this is what I got (expelled from the party)," Singh said.

Alleging that SP has turned into a 'Yadav Mahasabha' Party, he said, "The Yadavs are having a sway in the party from national to district level".

He rued he had not done any good to his community - Kshatriya Samaj - in the last 14 years and said now he was a free bird he would work for them and the country.