"Hindustani was the master orchestrator of this scam. Amar Singh was only trying to demonstrate his skills by playing an active role in the whole affair," the official said.
Apparently, it seems that a few top officials are supporting and talking in favour of the key accused Amar Singh. Singh, who has been arrested on Sept 6 is now behind the bars in Tihar. Responding to the context of Singh's arrest, SP national spokesman and General Secretary Mohan Singh said, “He has been made a scapegoat". Amar's fan following in politics also seems to support him. Now question arises that is Amar's strong political stature falling heavily on middleman, Suhail Hindustani?
Amar, who seemed to make an attempt to give a valid excuse to skip the Court's hearing on Cash-For-Vote Scam finally turned up in the court on Sept 6, despite being ill.
The judge, after going through the medical reports, said they did not show his medical history of the past one-year period. “What has been your medical history since September-October 2010? Whatever you have given to me is prior to September 2010," he told Singh. To this, the MP said, “There was little time on Tuesday. So I could not get all the reports."
Rejecting the bail plea of all the three, the judge said “grounds for interim bail in all three applications are similar as (those) for regular bail and will be considered at an appropriate stage. File reply." The three will be produced on September 19, the court added.