Tuesday, 26 July 2016

BJP: Attack on Daya's kin sanctioned by BSP chief

NEW DELHI: BJP on Sunday said the foul language used by BSP workers and functionaries like Naseemuddin Siddiqui against Dayashankar Singh's family was more condemnable than their sacked party member's act of indiscretion.

"During the demonstration in Lucknow, BSP workers and senior leaders had used filthy words against Dayashankar's family, including his 12-year-old daughter. We strongly feel that the act of BSP workers was at the behest of Mayawati herself, who is still not apologetic about the insult meted out to women, including a minor girl," BJP spokesperson
Sudhanshu Trivedi said at a press conference in the national capital.

The ruling party said while Dayashankar was hiding, fearing for life, and police were conducting raids to locate him, BSP functionaries booked on charges of more serious offences were roaming free and there seemed no attempt to arrest them.

Trivedi said what BSP workers and Siddiqui did seemed the structured party view whereas Dayashankar's indiscretion was an impulsive statement for which BJP took prompt action and expelled him for six years.

"Our senior party leaders, including Arun Jaitley and state president Keshav Prasad Maurya tendered unconditional apology. Not a single leader came in support of Dayashankar, who was taken to task for what he did. However, there is no action against BSP workers," Trivedi said.
"BSP has a different interpretation of law for their party leader and has another view for other women. Mayawati must answer why she has not taken action against her party leaders," Trivedi said. He demanded immediate arrest of Siddiqui and Mayawati's apology to Dayashankar's family .

Earlier in Lucknow, Mayawati had alleged that Dayashankar's indiscretion was a BJP ploy in collusion with the ruling Samajwadi Party .

 This News is Originally Posted on Time OF India

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