The war of words between Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh and Samajwadi Party pioneer Azam Khan swelled into a fight between the supporters of the two pioneers on Thursday.
Singh, who went to Khan’s gathering voting public Rampur, had called a question and answer session yet a minor reference to Khan ticked off a supporter of the SP pioneer.
Before long, it transformed into a hard and fast fight between the two gatherings and they flung seats and tables at each other. Fortunately, nobody was harmed in the frenzy. Be that as it may, on observing the circumstance escape hand, Amar Singh left the setting hastily.
Singh, a previous SP general secretary, had said he had come to Rampur “to introduce myself for forfeit before Khan.”
“Azam Khan is a ‘bahubali’ (a man practicing colossal clout) I am prepared to forfeit myself in the event that he is prepared to forfeit me. On Thursday, I am not going to Rampur for any savagery,” said Singh.
The Rajya Sabha MP had likewise gotten Together Governor Ram Naik and CM Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday evening and raised concern in regards to questionable explanations made by Khan.
Singh had on Tuesday likewise blamed Khan for debilitating that he would assault and toss corrosive on his little girl and spouse.
He had additionally expelled the SP as a “namazwadi party”, asserting that it just goes for Muslim pacification. Preparing his weapons on Akhilesh Yadav, Singh blamed him for disparaging communalists and fundamentalists like “maverick man” Azam Khan.
Answering to affirmations made by Singh, Akhilesh Yadav had considered the announcements a diversionary strategy of the BJP.
Singh lamented the way that gathering patriarch Mulayam Singh did not pull up Azam Khan even once. “On the off chance that Mulayam Singh Yadav had denounced Azam Khan even once, I won’t call it namazwadi party,” he said.