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'Congress trying to destabilise Mulayam Govt'

After the telephone tapping controversy, Samajwadi Party on Saturday launched yet another campaign against the Congress party and Sonia Gandhi accusing them of "masterminding" sting operations to destabilise Mulayam Singh Government in Uttar Pradesh.

india Updated: Jun 04, 2006 04:49 IST

After the telephone tapping controversy, Samajwadi Party on Saturday launched yet another campaign against the Congress party and Sonia Gandhi accusing them of "masterminding" sting operations to destabilise Mulayam Singh Government in Uttar Pradesh.

Apparently disturbed over a huge rally organised by Jan Morcha in Lucknow recently, SP leader Amar Singh alleged that at the behest of Sonia Gandhi, Congress party had "deployed disperate elements" like Lalu Yadav, Ramvilas Pasvan, A B Bardhan.

"I have received serious information with regard to sting operations against me and other party leaders including Akhilesh Yadav and Shivpal Yadav. Ever Since Samajwadi Party Government came to power in UP, Congress has been doing every attempt to destabilise the state Government", he told reporters at a hurriedly called press conference here.

He also charged that even his lawyers were approached by these operators, equipped with hidden camera in laptop with specific queries regarding us. "Congress strategists have deployed Tehelka for string operation against me. I am getting every minute information in this matter".

Alleging that certain sting operators earlier linked with Tehelka were now on the job to implicate him and the party leaders at the instance Congress Party, he said "I have all the information about whatever they are planning. We have concrete proof in this regard".