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Amar Singh, Jaya Prada expelled from SP

By The Assam Tribune
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Lucknow, Feb 2 (PTI): Terming Amar Singh and Jaya Prada as "intruders", Samajwadi Party today expelled them from the party on grounds of indulging in anti-party activities and denting its socialist image.

The decision was taken at the SP parliamentary board meeting chaired by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav here, national general secretary and spokesman Mohan Singh told reporters.

He said the party also suspended membership of four MLAs - Madan Chauhan, Sandeep Agarwal, Ashok Chandel and Sarvesh Singh - all Amar Singh loyalists.

"For over a month some leaders of the party have been continuously giving statements against the SP," Singh said.

He said that on January 31, Lok Sabha member Jaya Prada had held a press conference in which she made "indecent comments" against the SP leadership and spit venom against its policies.

"She also gave statements in support of Kalyan Singh, which the party thought had dented its secular image.

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Amar Singh, Jaya Prada expelled from SP

Lucknow, Feb 2 (PTI): Terming Amar Singh and Jaya Prada as "intruders", Samajwadi Party today expelled them from the party on grounds of indulging in anti-party activities and denting its socialist image.

The decision was taken at the SP parliamentary board meeting chaired by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav here, national general secretary and spokesman Mohan Singh told reporters.

He said the party also suspended membership of four MLAs - Madan Chauhan, Sandeep Agarwal, Ashok Chandel and Sarvesh Singh - all Amar Singh loyalists.

"For over a month some leaders of the party have been continuously giving statements against the SP," Singh said.

He said that on January 31, Lok Sabha member Jaya Prada had held a press conference in which she made "indecent comments" against the SP leadership and spit venom against its policies.

"She also gave statements in support of Kalyan Singh, which the party thought had dented its secular image.

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