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Threat to my life from Maya, Mulayam: Amar Singh

Expelled Samajwadi Party leader and president of newly-floated Rastriya Lok Manch (RLM) Amar Singh Sunday claimed that he was facing threat to his life from SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati.



Lucknow: Expelled Samajwadi Party leader and
president of newly-floated Rastriya Lok Manch (RLM) Amar Singh
Sunday claimed that he was facing threat to his life from SP
supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
Mayawati.

"I have life threat from both Mayawati and Mulayam Singh
Yadav," Singh told reporters here after inaugurating his new
party office.

On the SP chief reportedly writing a letter to the Centre
to cut down his security, Singh said, "It`s a matter of joy
for me that Yadav is neither home minister nor prime
minister."

"Mulayam himself has threat from Mayawati, and I have
threat from both of them," he alleged.

Meanwhile, Singh also raised the demand of separate
Purvanchal state and said he would launch 400-km `padyatra`
from Allahabad to Gorakhpur to press the demand.

"The eastern UP should be declared separate Purvanchal
state. Chief Minister Mayawati should get a proposal of
separate state passed in the House and send it to the Centre",
the RLM chief said, adding "mere writing a letter to the prime
minister (by Mayawati) would not serve the purpose."

Contrary to SP`s stance against English and computer,
Singh said he would promote both in villages and would soon be
appointing the teachers in 27 districts.

"English and computer are must for growth of children and
I will promote them," he said.

PTI

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