Politicians With Bizarre Attitude
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Ashok Singhal sparked the controversy when he said that very soon Hindus would be reduced to a minority in this country if the conversions are not stopped immediately.
According to him it has become necessary for Hindu couples to have 5 children.
The then Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar sparked the controversy after he made the statement “Should we urinate in dams?” in response to supply water and the ongoing hunger strike by a drought-affected farmer of the state for the release of dam water.
Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav sparked the controversy after he opposed the anti-rape law. Addressing a rally in Moradabad, Mulayam said, "rape accused should not be hanged. Men make mistakes."
Veteran Congress leader Sriprakash Jaiswal sparked the controversy after he equated India’s win over Pakistan in T20 championship, with that of a wife. He said “As time passes, the joy of the victory fades, just like a wife becomes old and loses her charm.”
Om Prakash Chautala
According to Haryana’s former CM Om Prakash Chautala sparked controversy after he said “Marry off girls early to prevent rape” in order to stop increasing number of rape cases.
Congress leader Botsa Satyanarayana sparked controversy after he found faults with the Delhi gang rape victim and said rape victims should have been more careful. He said women shouldn’t go out during late hours.
According to RSS Chief westernization led to the increase in rape number in our country. He said, “Such crimes hardly take place in Bharat, but they frequently occur in India.”
Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi became the butt of joke after he exposed the source of Milk for Amul and whole of Gujarat.
“Gujarat ko agar kisine khada kiya hai, Gujarat ko Amul kisne diya hai, Gujarat ko kisne dudh diya hai toh iss taraf dekhiyein in mahilaon ne diya hai Gujarat ki mahilaon ne diya hai!”