New Delhi: Expelled Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh will join any other political party soon. Responding to a question about his future plan, amar singh said that he is just looking for a “graceful opportunity”.
“I am available, waiting for a graceful opportunity. If it comes, I will be more than happy to give it a thought…,” he said.
Asked to elaborate what he meant by “graceful opportunity”, Singh said it would not be a “hurried decision” and he would take a call keeping in mind his past experiences.
He said that since he has been expelled twice by the Samajwadi Party, he would not return to it in future.
On being asked if would he resign from the Rajya Sabha seat as he was elected from a Samajwadi Party ticket, he said, “Why should I resign. I was given the ticket by Mulayam Singh Yadav when he was the party president. Had Mulayam Singhji as party president asked me to resign, I would have happily done that,” Singh said making it clear that he would continue his stint as Rajya Sabha member.
Singh, who had defied the Samajwadi Party by defending demonetisation, said he has not talked to anyone in the BJP on the issue of joining that party.
To a question on whether he could be heading the Congress way, Singh was critical of the role the party played during the cash-for-vote scam case in which he had spent time in Tihar jail.