BJP's Dayashankar sacked from all party posts after he compared Mayawati to a prostitute

| Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 18:26
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New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh's, who compared Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati to a prostitute, on Wednesday, 20 July was removed as BJP UP Vice President. 

"Dayashankar Singh's remark is not acceptable, therefore we have removed him from all party posts," said, Keshav Prasad Maurya, UP BJP President.

Apologising for his remark on Mayawati, Dayashankar said, "I can't even think about Mayawatiji in such a way. She has reached here after a lot of struggle. Mayawati is a big leader. I can't say such a thing about anyone. I apologize for my remark."

Countering Dayashankar, BSP's Satish Mishra said, "Will lodge an FIR against Dayashankar Singh and drag him in court; will do whatever possible."

Responding to Dayashankar Singh in Rajya Sabha, Mayawati said, "There are war of thoughts and ideas in the House, but never have I used derogatory words against anyone ever."
Meanwhile, Rajya Sabha was adjourned till 11 am tomorrow 21 July after uproar over Dayashankar Singh's comment on Mayawati. 

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Vulgar expression of Mr.

Vulgar expression of Mr. Singh is indeed a CRIME and should be arrested and removed from public life. But, what Mr. Singh "stated" was "implied" by Mr. Sharad Yadav and Mr. Ali Anwar of JDU, when they commented about Ms. Irani by former saying in Parliament " -- I know what you were--" and later saying " -- at least now she can cover her body--". What did the MPs and political parties, crying hoers about Mr. Singh's vulgar remark on Ms. Mayawathi, did then ????-- a CAPITAL "Nothing". Honour of a human being in general and a woman in particular, is same, whether one is a Dalit or upper or other caste. God save this country, from unscrupulous politicians.

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