Mayawati herself insulted women community: Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar
Expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh hit back at Mayawati for insulting women community in her speech yesterday.
New Delhi: Expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh, who has come under fire for his prostitute remark, on Thursday hit back at the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo as he said that Mayawati herself insulted women with her speech in Lok Sabha.
According to report, Daya Shankar, who has issued an apology on Wednesday for his recent remark, told media, 'Mayawati herself insulted the entire women community when she mentioned 'mother and sisters' in context with prostitute remark in Lok Sabha yesterday'.
On Wednesday, Mayawati had said in Lok Sabha, "Dayashankar has not abused me. He has abused his mother, sister and all women of the country. He should be arrested. Otherwise, if in response to this people get violent, it will not be on my conscience."
When asked if he is planing to take any legal action the BSP supremo for her speech in Lok Sabha, Daya Shankar refused to comment.
Singh, who was recently appointed as the Uttar Pradesh BJP vice-president, said he has accepted the party's decision to expel him for six years.
Revealing his plans for future, Singh said that he would continue to work for public welfare.