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Amar Singh continues tirade against Mulayam

Sunday, 14 February 2010 - 8:19pm IST | Place: Morena (Madhya Pradesh) | Agency: PTI
'Yadav like Dhritrashtra (of Mahabharata) who remained a mute spectator when injustice was meted out to Draupadi, kept mum when his relatives called me with all funny and nasty names,' said Singh.

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

"Yadav like Dhritrashtra (of Mahabharata) who remained a mute spectator when injustice was meted out to Draupadi, kept mum when his relatives called me with 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 the SP has turned into a Yadav Mahasabha Party, friend-turned-foe of Yadav, said that the Yadavs were having a sway in the party from national to district level.

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

The Kshatriya Samaj has come to his help and recalled how Maharana Pratap was helped by his community people when in need, Singh said.

At the meeting Madhya Pradesh Kshatriya Samaj president Rajendra Singh Tomar announced that their community will give Rs50 lakh 'rath' chariot to Singh to tour for the cause of Kshatriyas.

"I am like a traveller and will find refuge wherever I get a place," Singh told reporters when he was asked of his future plan. It maybe recalled that on February 11, Singh had virtually dubbed Yadav as a green snake in the grass for Muslims.       


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