CHANDAULI — After dating controversy over her remarks towards BSP supremo Mayawati, BJP MLA Sadhana Singh Sunday issued an apology, clarifying that she didn’t imply to harm any individual.
Singh, a legislator from Uttar Pradesh’s Mughalsarai had Saturday known as the Bahujan Samaj Celebration (BSP) leader a “blot on womankind” and “worse than a transgender”.
“I had no such goal to harm any individual…. I remorseful about what I stated. I simply shared a girl’s ache, and didn’t wish to insult any individual,” Singh stated in a commentary after her feedback drew flak from from allies and opposition leaders.
The BJP lawmaker made the arguable remarks at a rally whilst relating to the notorious incident when Mayawati was once assaulted via Samajwadi Celebration employees in a Lucknow visitor area in 1995.
“I simply sought after to remind her (Mayawati) in regards to the lend a hand prolonged via BJP leaders in 1995 to her,” the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) chief added.
Singh’s apology got here right away after a criticism was once lodged towards her on the Baburi Police Station via a BSP chief who sought that she be booked beneath the SC/ST Act.
“A criticism was once gained from BSP chief Ram Chandra Gautam. Now we have now not registered an FIR but however an investigation will likely be achieved,” a police officer stated.
“We can analyse the video pictures of the rally and after choice will likely be taken on whether or not an FIR must be filed towards her (Singh),” the officer added.