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Exit polls 2017: Amar Singh lashes out at Akhilesh Yadav for alliance with Congress, hails ‘fearless’ PM Narendra Modi

Amar Singh the expelled Samajwadi Party leader on Friday lashed out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and backed PM Narendra Modi. (PTI)

Amar Singh the expelled Samajwadi Party leader on Friday lashed out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and backed PM Narendra Modi. He said that the state needs a type of leader who is fearless of the general public’s reaction if he takes courageous decisions. He added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should thank Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi who formed the alliance as the benefit was grabbed by BJP instead of SP-Congress. Singh told News18, that Rahul Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav neither had any issue nor any concrete plan for the elections. They just attacked the Prime Minister with the filthiest words from ‘donkey’ to ‘terrorist’ and even called ‘PM as pagal Modi’.

Amar Singh hailed PM Modi and said that PM was not wrong when he said there has been no development in Uttar Pradesh. He took a swipe at CM Akhilesh and said, “They talked about Metro rail which is still to come into existence, they talked about roads which are full of potholes. The files show disbursement of Faizabad to Lucknow road, but three days back (it was seen) full disbursement has been done but there is no mark of even a single centimeter of road, for which FIR has been registered.” He added that PM Modi was not wrong when he said that there was no ‘Kaam’ but ‘Karnama’ in the state.

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Yesterday, Samajwadi Party leader Ravidas Malhotra also regretted the party’s alliance with the Congress and said that the ruling party hasn’t benefitted at all from the alliance. When asked for his reaction on this, Singh said that he doesn’t want to give importance to such people while talking about them. Later he added that Akhilesh wouldn’t have formed the alliance if there was no feud in the family. So this alliance was a compulsion, Singh said and added the alliance disillusioned Yadav and Muslim voters as well.

Meanwhile, the result of the assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand and Manipur will be declared tomorrow.