Rampur: Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan today described party candidate Jaya Prada’s allegations against him of sabotaging her poll prospects with morphed CDs as a ‘political drama’ and said film stars were capable of changing their colours quite often.
“This is a political drama being played out by film stars. Those in the celluloid world are known to change their colours according to the role they played out,” Khan said, in reply to charges made against him by Jaya Prada.
“I have already clarified that I have no role to play in the CD episode. I can not do such a thing on my mother or sister. How would I have indulged in such a low act against anybody,” he said.
Asking Jaya Prada to come clean by revealing who gave her the CDs, he told CNN-IBN news channel: “I have not viewed the CD, nor have the voters of Rampur, the district magistrate or the police. Then who gave her the CD and who made it? Jaya Prada should hand over the CD to the police for investigation.”
Noting that his fight within the party was on ideological issues, particularly against bringing in Babri masjid demolition accused Kalyan Singh closer to Samajwadi Party, Khan said there could be differences of opinion within the party, but there was ‘no fight’ among its leaders as projected in the media.