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Amar declares all out war against Mayawati

india Updated: Oct 25, 2009 23:02 IST
Anuraag Singh
Anuraag Singh
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The Samajwadi Party general secretary Amar Singh on Sunday launched frontal attack on BSP government. Terming himself as "Hanuman of Mulayam Singh Yadav", Amar said he would expose the state government in Lucknow on Monday. Amar Singh would also call on the Governor B L Joshi at Raj Bhawan.

"I have enough proofs", Singh said at an election rally for Kolasala assembly constituency going to polls on November 7.

Singh, wearing a face mask and a turban said that corruption in the state government had assumed serious dimension.

Further Singh dared the BSP governemnt to get bullets fired on his chest by shady BSP politicians, including Shekhar Tiwari, Mukhtar Ansari and DP Yadav. “I dare the government to even set my house afire like what happened with UP Congress chief Dr Rita Bahuguna Joshi’s house in Lucknow.

“Wait till 11.30 am on Monday when I’ll expose the regime with all documentary evidence at Lucknow", he said.

Shifting the tack towards, the Congress, he said I like young Cong general secretary Rahul Gandhi, not for his looks, but because by staying in Dalit huts, he irks the BSP.

He, however, accused Congress of adopting double standards on the BSP. “While Rahul irks Mayawati by staying in Dalit ghettos, the Union Minister for Environment, Jairam Ramesh has given a clean chit to Mayawati’s Rs 500 dream project of building a park at Noida.”

Appealing the people to vote for the SP in by-polls as well as next assembly polls in UP whenever they are held, Singh said “I assure you we will have no pact criminals/shady elements this time if we come to power.”

Terming the sitting MLA from Kolasala, Ajai Rai as a traitor, Singh said “he has betrayed me, who gave him the SP ticket to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi, after the BJP negated his claim for Dr Murli Manohar Joshi. Despite opposition from SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav I managed the ticket for him, but now by contesting as independent, he has betrayed me….now you should teach him a lesson.”

In Lucknow, Samajwadi Party has announced a rousing welcome for Amar Singh from Amausi airport to the Vikramaditya Marg headquarters of the party “because it is his first visit to Lucknow after the kidney transplant in Singapore”.