Amar Singh: Cong. adopts 'use and throw' policy on allies
Samajwadi Party on Wednesday stepped up its attack on the Congress accusing it of virtually adopting a 'use and throw' policy towards allies ranging from Left parties to the NCP, RJD and SP.

"When the utility is over.. they (Congress) even do not recognize. That is clearly visible," SP General Secretary Amar Singh told reporters here as the criticism of the Congress remained unabated in the wake of fresh developments in the Supreme Court on the disproportionate asset case against Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Singh recalled that the cases against BSP supremo Mayawati vanish when her party supports the Congress in Presidential election. "Once elections are over, they resurface," he said adding that he was no friend of Mayawati. Citing some other instances, he said cases are slapped depending on relationship.

"When the relationship with Left sours, the CBI is behind CPI-M's Pinaray Vijayan. From Pinaray Vijayan of Kerala to NCP's Prfaul Patel of Maharashtra, from SP's Mulayam Singh in UP to RJD's Lalu Prasad in Bihar..." he said. Alleging that the CBI was being used as a tool, he said a question mark has risen over the impartiality of the investigating agency.