New Delhi: The Samajwadi Party on Monday
dismissed a threat by expelled leader Amar Singh to reveal
secrets of its chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, said it had nothing
"I have always addressed him as uncle and if he has
said something like this, then he must be knowing the secrets.
As far as we are concerned, he does not have any secrets of
either the Samajwadi Party or me," SP leader Akhilesh Yadav
told reporters here.
Irked by the comments of his bete-noir Azam Khan,
Singh had yesterday said, "If I will open my mouth, their
party chief will land behind the bars."
His threat had come in response to Khan`s statement
on Saturday, on his return to the Sp, that certain leaders
were only suppliers to the politicians.
Reacting to it, Singh without naming Khan had said
Mulayam Singh should be asked that "what all he had supplied
in 14 years. If I will open my mouth, their party chief will
land behind bars."
Asked if the language used by Khan was appropriate,
Yadav said, "In his speech, he had said many things, which
encouraged party workers in the state."
On the 18th anniversary Babri Masjid demolition, he
said, "we have always said that people behind the demolition
should be punished. Both the Congress and the BJP are equally
guilty of the incident."