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Amar Singh to join SP tomorrow? Mulayam Singh likely to make official announcement on Oct 9

By Mukul
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Lucknow, Oct 8: After maintaing the secrecy for days, finally Amar Singh to join Samajwadi party again. Reports say that party chief Mulayam Singh will formally make an announcement regarding the same on October 9.

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SP's three days national convention is presently going on in Lucknow and this announcement may happen tomorrow, sources say.

This speculation had gained momentum during recent times when Amar Singh met SP chief twice in the month of August this year. Both shared the dais after four years since former was expelled in 2010.

Though, at that time the Rajya Sabha MP had thrashed all such reports, but then there can't be any fire without fuel.

"Hungama hai kyon barpa, chori to nahi ki hai, sirf mulaqat hi to ki hai (why there is so much hullaballoo, I have not committed any theft). I just had a meeting," MP said.

At that time party's national general secretary Ramgopal Yadav had also ruled out such rumour. He said, "There is no possibility of taking Amar Singh back in party. So far no such matter has been raised in the party by anyone".

Amar Singh , a former national general secretary of SP was expelled from party in February 2010. Recently,he contested Lok sabha poll on RLD ticket from Fatehpur Sikri seat in Uttar Pradesh but unluckily lost. His Rajaya Sabha term will also come to an end later this year.

According to report, in party convention Mulayam Singh Yadav was unanimously re-elected for a ninth consecutive three-year term. Now all eyes will be on tomorrow's big announcement.

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