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Amar asks Maya to read the Constitution

Blaming Chief Minister Mayawati for “lawlessness” in the state,SP national general secretary Amar Singh advised her to read and understand the true meaning of the Constitution written by Baba Bhimrao Ambedkar.

Written by Vijay Pratap Singh | Allahabad |
April 17, 2009 2:44:56 am

Blaming Chief Minister Mayawati for “lawlessness” in the state,SP national general secretary Amar Singh advised her to read and understand the true meaning of the Constitution written by Baba Bhimrao Ambedkar.

“She should read and try to understand the Constitution in letter and spirit,” said Singh while ridiculing Mayawati for her alleged dictatorial attitude in dealing with opponents.

Singh was in Allahabad’s Jamunipur Kotwa to campaign for Shyma Charan Gupta,the SP candidate from Phoolpur. He was accompanied with Jaya Bachcha and Sanjay Dutt. “Aaj Pradesh main corruption and mafia raj apni charam pe hai. Agar sach kehna gunah hai to hum pe bhi NSA laga do,par iska jawab janta degi,” Singh said.

He added that there is no threat to the country from the United States or any other outside force. “L K Advani is the greatest threat to the country and people have to think how to save the country from its internal enemy,” Singh said.

Sober after the recent FIR against him,actor-turned-politician Sanjay Dutt reminded the gathering that his mother,Nargis,was from Allahabad. “Yahan mera nanihal aur Jayaji ki sashural hai. Dono mil ke DBBL gun ki tarah dusmano ka safaya kar denge,” said Dutt. He also said all Allahabadis were his mamoo (maternal uncle).

The trio also addressed a public meeting at Meja in support Reoti Raman Singh,the SP candidate from Allahabad.

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