1. Expelled Samajwadi Party MP Jayaprada hails demonetisation policy of PM Narendra Modi

Expelled Samajwadi Party MP Jayaprada hails demonetisation policy of PM Narendra Modi

She dubbed "improper" the "donkey" jibe taken by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at Modi in an election rally recently.

By: | Shirdi | Published: February 28, 2017 2:04 AM
Expelled Samajwadi Party MP Jayaprada hails demonetisation policy of PM Narendra Modi. (PTI)

Expelled Samajwadi Party leader Jayaprada today said she would join any party provided she gets a “respectful invitation” even as she hailed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for demonetisation of high value notes.

“Except Samajwadi Party, I will join any party if I am invited with respect,” the yesteryear actress said after paying her obeisance at the Saibaba shrine here. Attacking the SP, she said women do not get any respect or dignity in the Uttar Pradesh party. “I will never go to SP which has leaders like Azam Khan,” she added.

She dubbed “improper” the “donkey” jibe taken by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at Modi in an election rally recently.

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“The donkey comment by Akhilesh is wrong. Modi’s decision to demonetise (high value currencies) was right, though people faced problems initially. I am thankful to Modi for this,” she said. The former MP said UP was reduced to “gundaraj” in reign of the SP.

“Women and girls are not safe in Uttar Pradesh. Incidents of rape are on rise while the state government is unable to maintain strict law and order there,” she alleged.

Responding to a query, Jayaprada said she was not against Akhilesh though she stood with Mulayam Singh Yadav.
“Akhilesk is like my brother and Mulayamji is like my father,” she said.

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    swamy
    Feb 28, 2017 at 4:11 am
    Who wants you? Was there different situation when you were in SP? Why speaking now? If the situation was the same during Mulayam or Akhilesh why were you waiting to be expelled to speak.
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      Sathish
      Feb 28, 2017 at 6:23 am
      Like all politicians, as long as they remain in a Party, everything is fine. The moment they are expelled or decide to leave, everything is wrong in their erstwhile party. The voters are smart enough to see these games and put such time servers in their places. I wonder at times what have such politicians contributed to the country, their party or their consuency ? Her only plus point (if one can call it) was her closeness to Amar Singh. Nothing more and nothing less !!!!
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        S
        Feb 28, 2017 at 4:55 am
        She is probably looking to join BJP.BJP which is short of campaigners in the South can perhaps benefit from her ability to speak Southern languages Telugu her mother tongue and perhaps Tamil with which she must be familiar like most South Indian actresses.
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