Amar Singh calls SP ‘Namazwadi Party’, threatens to expose their ‘secular credentials’

In a video posted on Facebook, Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh has dubbed Akhilesh Yadav’s party as ‘Namajwadi Party’ and has threatened to expose the “secular credentials” of the party before the public. Singh’s video came in response to Samajwadi Party’s Azam Khan alleged threat of cutting Singh into pieces and throwing acid on the faces of his daughters.

“He should be ashamed of talking of building Vishnu temple. He is not president of Samajwadi Party but Namajwadi Party. I saved dignity of many women and girls in the Yadav clan and now Azam Khan threatens to cut me into pieces and shower acid on my daughters. I will expose them all,” Singh said in the video.

“If secularism means to compromise my self-respect and being ashamed of own religion then I would prefer to be called a non-secular person. I will unmask Samajwadi Party’s secular face in the country,” he added.

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In the video, Amar Singh can be see visibly angry and he even went on to call Azam Khan a ‘raakshas’. He also compared the Samajwadi Party leader to Alauddin Khilji and and Mahmud Ghaznavi. He has stated on Twitter that he will address a Press Conference tomorrow at Lucknow to expose Azam Khan.

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