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BJP MLA tenders Apology for her “Worse than Eunuch” remark on Mayawati

Sadhana Singh issued a press release on Sunday offering her apology to "anyone" who she had hurt by her words. In the statement issued by the Mughal Sarai's MLA, she accepted that her intension was not to insult anyone, however, the speech by her was to remind Mayawati of the help BJP provided to her in 1995.

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The whole of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) condemned the alliance of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) after the two rival political parties shook hands for Lok Sabha election 2019 on January 12. The BSP chief, Mayawati, and SP president, Akhilesh Yadav, announced, on January 12, that the ‘Bua-Bhatija’ of Uttar Pradesh will no longer compete against each other and stand together against BJP’s ‘Vijay Rath’. Both the former chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh shared their strategy to contest on 38 seats each out of 80 seats leaving 2 seats of Rae Bareilly and Amethi for Congress party. As expected, the ‘Bua-Bhatija’ duo attracted a flak of condemnation and criticism from BJP and it’s alliance parties. However, the most controversial attack on BSP supremo Mayawati came on Saturday from a BJP legislator in her addressing to a gathering in Chandauli. The BJP Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA), Sadhana Singh, from Uttar Pradesh’s (UP) Mughal Sarai lost her balance on choosing the words while attacking Mayawati in her public rally.

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Sparking controversy by her words, Singh, reportedly, called Mayawati a “eunuch” and called her a shame on the whole of womankind. “I don’t think former Uttar Pradesh’s chief minister is a woman or a man. I take this opportunity to condemn Mayawati, who calls herself a woman. She is a shame on the entire womankind,” Singh was quoted saying while addressing the gathering in her constituency, quoted news agency, ANI. She further went ahead to preach on dignity to the BSP supremo and recalled the state in which BJP leaders saved her dignity in 1995 Lucknow Guest House assault. “BJP leaders saved her dignity, and she sold it for the sake of her comfort and power. Woman from the entire country condemn her,” Singh added.

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When asked by media, initially, if Sadhana Singh is contemplating on apologizing to Mayawati, she refused on the idea. However, Singh issued a press release on Sunday offering her apology to “anyone” who she had hurt by her words. In the statement issued by the Mughal Sarai’s MLA, she accepted that her intension was not to insult anyone, however, the speech by her was to remind Mayawati of the help BJP provided to her in 1995. “The speech given by me recently was not intended to insult anyone but to remind how BJP had helped Mayawati in the Guest House case on June 2, 1995,” read the statement issued by her.

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The BJP MLA had to apologize after SP-BSP leaders condemned her derogatory comments on BSP supremo Mayawati. “The language used by BJP leader Sadhana Singh against our party president Mayawati shows the level of the BJP. This shows that BJP is disappointed and frustrated with the SP-BSP alliance. They have no strength to win even a single seat in Uttar Pradesh. The level of language shows their mental illness. Such people should be admitted to the mental hospital of Agra or Bareilly,” said BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra, quoted Hindustan Times. The SP as well stepped forward to counter attack in sync with BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra. “BJP’s Mughalsarai MLA’s objectionable remarks for Mayawati are grossly condemnable. This only shows the BJP’s political and moral bankruptcy and frustration of BJP. This is an insult to all the women of the country,” tweeted Akhilesh Yadav, former Chief Minister of UP and President of SP.

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The BJP’s own alliance, Republican Party of India (RPI), in centre condemned BJP MLA’s objectionable remarks on Mayawati. “Mayawati is a strong lady from the Dalit community and is also a good administrator. Any derogatory comments against her are condemnable. Though my party supports the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the alliance but any such statements are condemnable,” said Ramdas Athawale, RPI chief and current Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment, quoted ANI.

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