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Obaidulla Azmi, an MLA and a Yuvjan Sabha leader quit

Even as Samajwadi Party supremo, Mulayam Singh Yadav has said that he would not accept resignations that were coming in, a couple of more people resigned from party posts or party memberships on Sunday. An MLA quit party's membership, a national general secretary quit the post, and a Yuvjan Sabha general secretary quit the post.

lucknow Updated: Jan 10, 2010 21:13 IST
HT Correspondent

Even as Samajwadi Party supremo, Mulayam Singh Yadav has said that he would not accept resignations that were coming in, a couple of more people resigned from party posts or party memberships on Sunday. An MLA quit party's membership, a national general secretary quit the post, and a Yuvjan Sabha general secretary quit the post.

An MLA Sarvesh Singh from Sagdi (Azamgarh) has sent his resignation from party's membership. Obaidullah Azmi, a former MP quit party's national general secretary post. While Brijesh Singh, national general secretary of Yuvjan Sabha quit the post.

Another MLA, Sandeep Agarwal faxed a letter to Mulayam Singh Yadav stating that all this must be checked. He to Hindustan Times said that if things were not controlled and bad-mouthing Amar Singh does not stop then he too would quit.

Agrawal who is a four time MLA from Moradabad city seat said that Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) gave birth to the party, but Amar Singh has a great contribution in making the party rise and make it reach Delhi. "I have requested Netajii that all the bad mouthing that was going on in the party must stop. Communication channels with Amar Singh ji should be opened and matters must be discussed," said Agarwal.

Meanwhile, Mulayam Singh Yadav in Kolkatta and Kanpur said that he had not accepted resignations and not would he. And that there were no differences. Yadav had been to Kolkata to call on former West Bengal chief minister, Jyoti Basu. He saw Basu at the AMRI hospital and wished him fast recovery.