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'BJP Only Have Unattractive Faces, They Make Hema Malini Perform Dance To Earn Votes': Sajjan Singh Verma

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| January 27 , 2019 , 19:05 IST

Madhya Pradesh minister for PWD/ Environment Sajjan Kumar strikes back soon after BJP's Kailash Vijayvargiya made "chocolaty faces" remark. He said that BJP has leaders with rough faces that’s why they are generally disliked by everyone.

Sajjan Kumar further said that the saffron party has Hema Malini and they make her perform everywhere to garner votes. The BJP lacks chocolaty faces.

Speaking to media the MP minister said, "BJP ka durbhagya hai ki unki party mein khurdure chehre hain, aise chehre jinko log napasand karte hain. Ek Hema Malini hai, usko jagah jagah shastriya nritya karate rehte hain, vote kamane ki koshish karte hain. Chikne chehre unke paas nahi hain. (It is BJP’s bad luck that they only have unattractive faces, the faces that people don’t like. There is Hema Malini who they make perform classical dance to earn votes. They don’t have pretty faces)."

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"Mera ye kehna hai ki eshwar ke pradatt manav hota hai…Arey sarahna karo ki eshwar ne Priyanka Gandhi ko itna sundar banaya hai jisse mamatva, sneh jhalakta hai. Aise shabdon ka istemal karke apni garima Kailash ji aur BJP gira rahi hai,” (They (BJP) should admire the fact that god has made Priyanka Gandhi so beautiful that she reflects motherliness and compassion. Kailash ji (BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya) and BJP are lowering their dignity by using such words," Verma added.   

It is learnt that ever since Priyanka Gandhi entered the world of politics, the BJP and Congress have engaged in a war of words. While Congress leaders termed her entry as a political masterstroke by party president Rahul Gandhi, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra said the Congress has finally accepted that Rahul Gandhi has failed and that’s why he needs Priyanka’s support. Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad called Congress a family concern and said, "such things are unusual."