Expulsion is blessing in disguise: Amar Singh

Lucknow, Feb 2 (Calcutta Tube) Expelled Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh Tuesday said the decision by the party to sack him was a ‘blessing in disguise’.

In a response that came minutes after the party’s newly-appointed general secretary Mohan Singh announced the expulsions, including that of actress turned politician Jaya Prada, Amar Singh said the move was dictatorial.

‘I had asked for a sick leave from the party for 14 years of work to rest. The party cannot function in a dictatorial and feudal system,’ Amar Singh, who had resigned from all party posts, told reporters here.

‘I have been called mad, shameless. This is what I got in return for 14 years of service. Had that not happened, I would have been taking a rest,’ he said, referring to Mohan Singh’s earlier remarks against him.

Referring to party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, Amar Singh said: ‘I will not say anything to Mulayam Singhji. He has blessed me. It is a blessing in disguise. He has liberated me.’

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