BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said the controversial statement was not his but that of a friend of his living abroad and that he and his party respect women’s power. Vijayvargiya told reporters on Thursday, soon after returning to his hometown Indore from a 21-day visit to the US.
Indore. BJP General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who came under the target of opposition parties for his statement linking Bihar’s recent change of power with foreign girls ever changing male friends, clarified on Friday. The BJP leader said the controversial statement was not his but that of a friend of his living abroad and that he and his party respect women’s power. Vijayvargiya told reporters on Thursday, soon after returning to his hometown Indore from a 21-day visit to the US, that the day Bihar government changed, I was abroad. In this case a person from abroad told me that it happens to them (abroad) that girls change boyfriends anytime.
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The BJP general secretary had further laughed at his point and said, “That foreign person told me that the Chief Minister of Bihar (Nitish Kumar) also has a similar situation that when he should shake hands with whom and when should he leave his hand. Janata Dal (United) chief Nitish Kumar had recently resigned as the chief minister of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), breaking ties with the BJP. After this, he was once again sworn in as the Chief Minister of Bihar, forming a new government with the support of the MLAs of the seven parties.
On Vijayvargiya’s statement regarding this political development, there has been a sharp reaction from the Janata Dal (United), Rashtriya Janata Dal, Congress and Samajwadi Party. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav tweeted along with the video of Vijayvargiya’s controversial statement, “How will the condition of women of the country improve under the BJP rule in spite of BJPmen having such negative views about women.” As the controversy escalated, Vijayvargiya said that he had conveyed to the media the reaction of a friend living abroad on the political developments in Bihar and this statement was not his.
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He said that if a person is looking at his statement in a twisted manner or is raising questions on it even after knowing his complete statement, then it means that that person is an idiot. The BJP general secretary also said, “As far as women’s power is concerned, we respect it. Women are sacred to us. We all have a lot of respect for women, at least for Indian women.
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