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Mayawati ‘unfit for public life’: Jaitley after BSP chief's attack on PM Modi

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Published May 13, 2019, 2:32 pm IST
Updated May 13, 2019, 2:40 pm IST
The BJP said Mayawati has 'stooped to an all-time low' and she was not suitable for public life.
Union minister Arun Jaitley criticised Mayawati over her personal attacks on the Prime Minister. (Photo: File)
 Union minister Arun Jaitley criticised Mayawati over her personal attacks on the Prime Minister. (Photo: File)

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party was quick with a strong reaction after the BSP chief Mayawati launched a personal attack on Narendra Modi after he accused her of “shedding crocodile tears” over the Alwar gangrape case.

The BJP said Mayawati has “stooped to an all-time low” and she was not suitable for public life.

 

Earlier, Mayawati accused PM Modi of playing “dirty politics” on the Alwar gang rape case, reported news agency ANI.

“Narendra Modi was silent on Alwar gang rape case. He’s trying to play dirty politics over it so that his party can benefit in the elections. It is extremely shameful. How can he respect others’ sisters and wives when he has left his own wife for political gains?” Mayawati said.

Read: 'Crocodile tears', 'dirty politics': Modi, Mayawati clash over Alwar gangrape

She also said: “I have also come to know that married women are now trying to make sure that their husbands do not go near Narendra Modi because they fear that their husbands may also leave them like Modi left his wife.”

Also Read: Give PM's abandoned wife tribute by not voting Modi: Mayawati to women

Union minister Arun Jaitley criticised Mayawati over her personal attacks on the Prime Minister.

“Behan Mayawati - She is firm on becoming a Prime Minister. Her governance, ethics and discourse stoops to an all-time low. Her personal attack today on the Prime Minister exposes her as unfit for public life,” Jaitley tweeted on Monday.

On Sunday, Modi had hit out at Mayawati over the Alwar gang rape and challenged her party to withdraw support from the Congress government in the western state.

The political row involves the gangrape of a Dalit woman by six men who allegedly also beat up her husband in Alwar on April 26. The attackers filmed the act and allegedly posted the clip online. The woman's family has alleged that the police delayed filing a case because of the national election in Rajasthan, where the Congress took power in December after the BJP's defeat.

 

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