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We Will Send Them To Desert And See How They Send Us To Pakistan: Kushwaha On BJP

RLSP leader Upendra Kushwaha courted controversy for calling BJP double-faced and comparing the party to the person who plays Sita in Ram Leela but smokes cigarette backstage.

We Will Send Them To Desert And See How They Send Us To Pakistan: Kushwaha On BJP
RLSP leader Upendra Kushwaha courted controversy for his remarks on BJP. | File Photos
We Will Send Them To Desert And See How They Send Us To Pakistan: Kushwaha On BJP
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2019-04-25T16:23:19+05:30

Talking about the election results, RLSP leader Upendra Kushwaha said that after the formation of Mahagathbandhan government, we will make sure that we will send the BJP "to the desert and see how they send us to Pakistan."

"Giriraj Singh said that people who don't vote for NDA will be sent to Pakistan. I say that after the formation of the Mahagathbandhan, we will make sure that we will send them to the desert and see how they send us to Pakistan," the RLSP leader warned.

Kushwaha also courted controversy for his remarks ob BJP, saying the party is like the person who plays Sita in Ram Leela but smokes cigarette backstage.

Kushwaha was earlier a minister in the BJP-led NDA government until his party pulled out of the coalition in December 2018.

"I have seen BJP from inside as I was in the NDA government earlier. In Ram Leela when the curtain rises a person comes dressed as Sita Mata. People who watch Ram Leela bow their heads out of respect, if you go behind the curtain, the same Sita Ji can be seen smoking a cigarette. This is the face of BJP; full of evils from inside and it projects goodness from the outside," said Kushwaha.

In the campaign for the 2014 general elections in Jharkhand, BJP leader Giriraj Singh had said that people against Modi should be sent to Pakistan as they are pro-Pakistan and not pro-India.

Three phases of ongoing elections are already over in Bihar with four phases remaining on April 29, May 6, 12 and 19. The counting of votes will be done on May 23.

(ANI)

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