‘Mentally ill’: BSP slams BJP MLA for offensive comments against Mayawati

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party legislator from Mughalsarai Sadhana Singh sparked outrage after she used offensive language against former Chief Minister Mayawati.

While addressing a public meeting Singh said that Mayawati neither looks like a man nor a woman. The statement has sparked outrage among BSP leaders who said that BJP leaders have stooped to a new low.

“I don’t think Uttar Pradesh’s former Chief Minister is a woman or a man. She doesn’t understand the concept of dignity. Everything was looted from her, despite which she sold all her dignity to get power,” Singh said.

BJP MLA from Mughalsarai also took a jibe at the freshly stitched SP-BSP alliance and said that in spite of being humiliated by the Samajwadi Party in the infamous 1995 Lucknow guest house case, she joined hands with the same people. She also went on to call Mayawati a blot in the name of women.

Reacting to the Singh’s remark, BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra said that she is “mentally ill”.

Mishra further asserted that the SP-BSP alliance has rattled the morale of the BJP leaders and that they have lost their mental balance in fear of losing the coming elections.

The SP and the BSP last week announced that they would contest the upcoming 2019 general elections collectively against the BJP.

“The language used by BJP leader Sadhana Singh against our party President Mayawati shows the level of the BJP. This shows that BJP is disappointed and frustrated with the SP-BSP alliance. They have no strength to win even a single seat in Uttar Pradesh. The level of language shows their mental illness. Such people should be admitted to the mental hospital of Agra or Bareli. The people of this country this time will show BJP its real place. They have lost their mental balance in fear of losing the election in Uttar Pradesh.”