Dayashankar Singh expelled from BJP for humiliating Mayawati
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Uttar Pradesh vice-president Dayashankar Singh has been expelled from the party for comparing the Bahujan Samaj Party Supremo Mayawati with a sex worker. The decision came after much uproar in the Rajya Sabha by BSP workers over Singh’s derogatory remarks against their chief.
"For humiliating the BSP chief, Dayashankar Singh has been expelled from the party for six years," said a statement by the BJP.
Also, a case has been registered against Dayashankar under sections 153 (A), 504, 509 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in Hazratganj Kotwali of the state capital.
BJP leader, however, had served an apology for passing objectionable comments against BSP Supremo.
He said, “I can't even think about Mayawatiji in such a way. She has reached here after a lot of struggle. She is a big leader. I can't say such a thing about anyone. I apologize for my remark.”
Meanwhile, senior BSP leader Satish Mishra has demanded Singh’s arrest for humiliating his party chief. He said, “BSP will lodge an FIR against Dayashankar Singh and drag him in court. We will do whatever possible.”
What Dayashankar Singh said?
• Mayawati sells party tickets to anyone who pays her the highest amount
• Even a prostitute fulfils her commitment after charging money
• Mayawati has turned worse than a prostitute