Mulayam Rules Out Review On Amar's Resignation
Samajwadi Party on Monday ruled out reconsidering its decision on accepting the resignation of Amar Singh from all party posts.
"I look at the future and not into the past. I don't want to look into something which had already happened," Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav told reporters.
Yadav had on Sunday accepted the resignation of his close confidante from all party posts including that of general secretary less than two weeks after he quit.
The SP chief said his party will launch a massive movement against the Centre and the state government on the issue of price hike and corruption. "I have appealed to all leaders to cooperate and participate actively in the agitation," he said.
On whether he would also accept Sanjay Dutt's resignation from the post of party's national general secretary, the SP supremo said people will come to know about things as they happen. "There is nothing secret in politics, whatever is done people will come to know," he said.
On the possibility of Azam Khan's re-entry into the SP fold, Yadav said he will discuss these issues when they come up. PTI