Moradabad, Jan 10(ANI):Samajwadi Party on Sunday witnessed desertion of more party workers in support of their leader Amar Singh , who resigned from all party posts on Wednesday.
On Sunday, Brijesh Singh, the youth leader of the party tendered his resignation.
Around 25 legislators of the party demanded that the party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav must immediately restore the posts, which Amar Singh held and issued an ultimatum that, they would emulate him and resign.
On January 6, citing health reasons, Amar Singh, tendered his resignation. He had undergone a kidney transplant three months ago in Singapore.
It was also learnt that there existed differences between him and Ram Gopal Yadav, also a General Secretary and brother of the party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav.
"We are hurt with the comments that are being made by Ram Gopal Yadav from the last three days. Therefore I am resigning from my post," said Brijesh Singh.
Meanwhile, a party legislator Sandeep Aggarwal confirmed that Amar Singh is not joining another party founded by Kalyan Singh.
"Even though Amar Singh respects Kalyan Singh, but he has never thought of joining his party neither he will ever do it," said Aggarwal.(ANI)