New Delhi, Feb 15: It seems Amar Singh is ready with new strategy for the coming Lok Sabha polls. Though the recently formed alliance with Congress party at the centre is witnessing strain, Amar said his party has no plans to break the relations.
In 'Devil's Advocate' with CNN-IBN's Karan Thapar, SP General Secretary said tht the party's relations with Congress is very bad, but won't break it till the time when Congress chief Sonia Gandhi asks him to leave.
Amar Singh went on to say that he has no issues with Sonia and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, but other senior leaders in the party made Samajwadi party unwanted. "I don't have any strain in my relationship... though it is very formal and not a very close relationship, but a very beautiful and formal relationship so far as Mrs Sonia Gandhi is concerned, and I share a very warm rapport with Dr Manmohan Singh," Amar Singh said.
When Thapar asked about breaking the relationship with Congress, Amar said he does not want his countrymen and his supporters to think that he is a political weathercock.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)