Soon after walking out of jail, former BJP member Dayashankar Singh who had raked up a controversy for making derogatory remarks against BSP supremo Mayawati, has now fanned the fire even more.
Soon after walking out of jail, former BJP member Dayashankar Singh who had raked up a controversy for making derogatory remarks against BSP supremo Mayawati, has now fanned the fire even more. Singh has challenged challenged Mayawati to contest against his wife, Swati in the upcoming state Assembly elections.
If Mayawati think of herself as a devi, then she ought to compete a woman to prove the same, said Swati in an interview on Monday.
Singh was released on Sunday, a day after a local court in Mau granted him bail. After reaching Lucknow, he demanded action against BSP leaders Naseemuddin Siddiqui, Ram Achal Rajbhar and others for raising “abusive slogans” against his daughter, wife and sister while protesting against his remark against the BSP president.
Dayashankar added that he was wrong to use the kind of language that he did for the BSP supremo, however, the abuse suffered by his 12-year old daughter and wife are no less, for which he demanded an action be taken.
“But BSP leaders, with all their force on display, disparaged my 12-year-old daughter, my wife and my 80-year-old mother on loudspeaker in Hazratganj on July 21. The chief minister condemned it. But why is he not acting against any of those leaders now?” he asked.
After Singh’s remarks against Maywati, BSP orgainized a massive protest in the hazratganj and its is alleged that a few leaders along with workers of the party raised derogatory slogans for Dayashankar’s wife, mother and daughter. Soon after which, Swati filed an FIR against Mayawati for mentally harassing their family.