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Amar Singh terms land allotment allegations as baseless

Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Amar Singh on Monday rubbished opposition charges of favoured land allotment as baseless.

New Delhi, May 7 : Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Amar Singh on Monday rubbished opposition charges of favoured land allotment as baseless.

Congress leader Kapil Sibal had charged Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav of allotting prime land to a favoured few in Noida.ingh said that the land in question was allotted through a draw of lots and there was no wrongdoing in it.

"Kapil Sibal has tried to implicate us in a false case; he has made baseless allegations on Mulayam Singh. It was a lottery process that he falsely alleged was the Chief Minister's discretionary allocation," Singh told reporters here.

Singh accused Sibal of having got land allotted for himself in Haryana in 1996, where the Congress was in power.

"He (Sibal) himself got land allotted by Haryana Chief Minister Bhajan Lal, which the state High Court and the Supreme Court later directed him to return," said Singh, brandishing copies of the Court's judgement.

"I would now request Mr. Sibal to leave politics, immediately. If that is too much of a thing for him, he should at least resign from the Cabinet," Singh added.

The Congress-Samajwadi Party mudslinging comes in the midst of a seven-stage staggered poll in Uttar Pradesh.

ANI

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