FIR filed against BJP Leader Dayashankar Singh for abusing Mayawati


BJP leader Dayashankar Singh on Tuesday alleged controversial comments against Mayawati.  On the camera, he had said that BSP leader, Mayawati is “worse than a prostitute”.

This was the complete aggression and political rival which he showcased over her before the 2017 Assembly elections.

“Even a prostitute fulfills her commitment after she is paid,” he said.

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“But Mayawati sells party tickets to anyone who paid her the highest amount. If someone gives her Rs 1 crore for a ticket she will give it to the other person who is offering Rs 2 crore… Mayawati has become worse than a prostitute and abandons the ideals of Kanshi Ram," Singh said.

An FIR was also filed against Mr Singh in the evening by members of Mayawati's party.

Singh statement was not only disrespectful for Mayawati, but also for all the women’s who are working. He even compared her life with the sex workers.

In the monsoon session of parliament, his comment caused chaos for the upcoming 2017 assembly elections. He even led the state president including Keshav Prasad Maurya, Arun Jaitley and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi apologizes for the comment.

Dayashankar Singh was removed from his post of the state unit’s vice-president. He even made an apology for his comment and alleged that “I am willing to go to jail”.

At the time of campaigning for Samajwadi Party in 2009, Actor Sanjay Dutt recommended that he would give Mayawati a "jaadu ki jhappi and pappi" on public platform.

In 2013, UP tourism minister Om Prakash Singh told her as "an ugly-faced marauder," According to Zee News.

SP supremo Mulayam Singh said, "Unko kya kahen yeh samajh mein nahi aata … Shrimati kahen, kunwari beti ya behenji kahen.”

BJP leader Shaina NC alleged, “Mayawati has a short hair so I am confused whether to address her as a 'he' or a 'she', according to a report published in DNA.

In the Lok Sabha, Uttar Pradesh has highest number of seats and the fact is that whoever will exert some power in the state will be nominated in the lower house that’s the one reason.

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Despite being a single Dalit woman, Mayawati is a well known face in Uttar Pradesh politics.