The Indian embassy in Singapore had been extending support to the politician. Singh, who suffered kidney failure in Dubai in 2013, was declared critical then too, but recovered and returned to political life by 2016.
Amar Singh and the Samajwadi Party
Amar Singh played a significant role at a time when the party moved to support the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government in 2008, after the CPI withdrew from the government over a nuclear deal with the US.
The former MP had previously grabbed headlines when he expressed regret over his fallout with actor Amitabh Bachchan and his family. He had tweeted that on his “death bed”, he regrets his “overreaction against Amit ji & family”.
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