Monday, May 31, 2010

[ZESTCaste] Amar warms up to Mayawati

Amar warms up to Mayawati

May 31st, 2010
DC Correspondent

New Delhi, May 30: Warming up to the UP Chief Minister and BSP
supremo, Ms Mayawati, with an apology, the expelled Samajwadi Party
leader, Mr Amar Singh on Sunday charged leaders of his former party
for implicating him in a Rs 500 crore financial fraud case.

Claiming this in his latest blog post, Mr Singh tendered an apology to
Ms Mayawati and stated that he was "ashamed" for attacking her. Mr
Singh goes on to offer his wholesome praise to Ms Mayawati's
administration and lists police recruitment as a major achievement.

Also reaching out to the Congress, the expelled SP leader added that
"he felt shameful for accusing Ms Mayawati and the Congress" for
implicating him in the fraud case.

Mr Singh's attempt to warm up to the BSP supremo is being seen as his
most desperate attempt to keep himself politically relevant in UP,
after his newly launched "Lokmanch" received a lukewarm response from
the people of Uttar Pradesh.

Claiming that he was revealing shocking news, Mr Singh alleged in the
blog that it was "the brother and son of the SP chief, Mr Mulayam
Singh Yadav, who got him framed in the Rs 500 crore financial fraud

In October last year, an FIR was lodged against Mr Singh and his wife,
Ms Pankaja, at Babupurva police station in Kanpur. He said that an SP
office bearer was paid Rs 7 crore for the purpose.


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