RLD chief Ajit Singh called the PM Modi the bull, the CM Yogi calf and Smriti Irani as the cow!
Controversy broke out with PM Narendra Modi, UP CM Yogi Adityanath and Union Minister Smriti Irani using objectionable words
- Said: Cow bulls are roaming around, people say Modi-Yogi is roaming around
- Said – People say that the stubborn cow came, Smriti Irani is also roaming
- BJP criticized Ajit Singh, said – apologizes RLD president
Mathura: In the matter of politicians’ muddle on opposition parties and making indecent remarks in their speeches, the National Lok Dal (RLD) President, Ajit Singh, has put the limits. He calledPM Narendra Modi ( ‘Bull’ ) , UP’s CM Yogi Adityanath as ‘cow’ and Union Minister Smriti Irani as ‘cow’. The BJP criticized this statement ofAjit Singh and sought an apology.
In a program on Thursday, RLD chairman Ajit Singh used words like “bulls, calf and cow” for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani. There is a controversy over this. A BJP leader asked the RLD chairman to apologize to Singh by stating Singh’s statement as indecent.
Ajit Singh said in the program ‘Communicating with the farmers’ in Kosikalan town, that democracy has great potential if you get a wrong prime minister, you have the right to leave it in five years. He said, “I have been reading in newspapers nowadays that your cow and bulls are roaming around nowadays. You are locking them in school and colleges. Those people say that they are roaming the Modi-yogi, what is the truth. “Singh said,” Some people even say that the stubborn cow came out. Smriti Irani is also roaming around. ”
RLD President, in his entire speech, targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his entire speech. They also slogan slogans ‘Modi – hi, hi’ and ‘Modi-bye,’ and apply to the people. He also blamed the Modi government for the troubles of the farmers and the problems faced by the traders from the ban on paper.
Responding to the statement of RLD chief, local BJP leader Yogesh Goswami said, “This is a very rude and inauspicious statement. Anyway, the Prime Minister, the Chief Minister and the Textile Minister are the political people sitting on constitutional posts, which is an abusive remark of the country’s constitution.
Goswami said that any such remarks made against any woman are against Indian culture and do not decorate the head of any political party like this. He said that Ajit Singh should apologize to the BJP leaders for this.