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“Not elected to clean drains and toilets”: Pragya Thakur on BJP’s worker’s complaint

“Not elected to clean drains and toilets”: Pragya Thakur on BJP’s worker’s complaint

The newly-elected BJP MP from Bhopal constituency Pragya Singh Thakur has been in headlines for making series of controversial statements during the general election. She is once again in the news for responding to the BJP worker who complained against her saying that she hasn’t done any massive work to maintain cleanliness and hygiene in her area. She said that she had not been elected to clean toilets.

Pragya Thakur who is the first time BJP MP from Madhya Pradesh is grabbing the eyeballs of the people because of her controversial statement where she said that she had not been elected by the people to clean drains and toilets.

This is a surprising statement, especially when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been focusing on the mission to clean the country through the Swach Bharat Abhiyan. She said this while speaking to the BJP workers at Sehore.

Pragya Thakur is fast becoming the motor mouth MLA, and BJP needs to go ahead with some strict order because she is making these controversial statements one after the other.

In the past, she had also passed the controversial statement about Babri Masjid allegedly violating the code of conduct by asking to demolish the Babri Masjid.

The EC had ordered a notice to Pragya Thakur who is an accused in 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case. The 48year-old activist was booked under section 188 of Indian Penal Code but has now been granted bail with the emergence of BJP in power.

This is a shocker from Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur as she stated that she had not been elected to clean the drains and toilets of people. She further said that for whatever other reason she had been elected, she would fulfil that, but this type of role doesn’t fit her stature.

We’re still waiting to see what is the party is thinking to do as it is another embarrassment for BJP because of Pragya Singh Thakur and if she continues to make statements like this, it would be difficult to justify the morale of the entire party.

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