New Delhi: On Saturday the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders will commence a counter-attack next to the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) over its use of abuse language next to the people of its expelled leader Dayashankar Singh, who activate a storm following contrast BSP chief Mayawati to a prostitute. On Thursday Swati Singh, Dayashankar’s wife, conveyed sources that her family faced cruelty by BSP workers, who tempest the main street of Lucknow insist her husband’s instant arrest. BSP national general secretary Naseemuddin Siddiqui and additional party workers allegedly demanded that Dayashankar’s wife and daughter her be “presented” in front of them. The expelled leader’s mother and wife also supposed threats and threat to their lives and still filed an FIR next to Mayawati, Siddiqui and other leaders and workers of the BSP. On Friday the BJP asked Mayawati to tender regret and take action next to Siddiqui for his rude language. Rallying at the back Dayashankar’s family, BJP state president Keshav Prasad Maurya also announced a ‘Beti ke samman mein, BJP maidan mein (For daughter’s honour, BJP on the streets)’ campaigning over the alleged use of foul language by BSP leaders and workers.
Maurya has also further conveyed that, the Party leaders and employees crossways the state have been commanded to take to the streets to demand the arrest of BSP leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui and other BSP leaders and workers who used indecent language next to Dayashankar’s wife and daughter. On Saturday, inspector general of police Lucknow region, Satish Ganesh, asked Lucknow Police to give security cover to his wife and other members of his family. The BSP also compressed up its stand on the capture of Singh and has conveyed that, if he was not put following prison within the 36-hour deadline set by the police, statewide agitations will take place. On Thursday the Mayawati-led party, though, declared that it had reserved the ultimatum. Dayashankar has not been under arrest yet till the time of filing of this account if he wait at large till Saturday morning, it would be time for the BSP to prelaunch its campaigning. Dayashankar’s comment has triggered huge protests and a political storm in Parliament with all parties coming jointly to back Mayawati. The BJP sacked Dayashankar within hours of the comment with Union finance minister Arun Jaitley apologising to the Dalit leader. His remark have taken a political colour in front of meeting polls in the state early subsequently year as the Dalit society forms more than a fifth of the state’s inhabitants and is likely to prove crucial.