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Utthan Saxena | HENB | Ballia (Uttar Pradesh) | April 26, 2016:: Two Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rebuke to BJP leaders asking them not to speak out of turn, a party lawmaker in Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia has called West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee “Surpanakha”, the sister of demon king Ravana.
Accusing Banerjee of inaction during recent violence in West Bengal, Surendra Singh, the BJP MLA from Bairia, on Tuesday said the situation is similar to that of Jammu and Kashmir where Hindus had to migrate due to fear of Muslim militants coming from Bangladesh.
“Mamata Banerjee is playing the role of Surpanakha. People are getting killed on streets and she being the Chief Minister is not doing anything about it, such leaders are not good. Hindus are not safe in Bengal. If nothing is done about it, Bengal will face situation like that in Jammu and Kashmir. Hindus will be ousted from Bengal just like it happened in Jammu and Kashmir,” Singh told reporters in Ballia.
In wake of the violence during filing of nomination parers for the ensuing Panchayat election in May that gripped West Bengal, Singh on Tuesday said the inaction of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would soon lead to a situation similar to that of Jammu and Kashmir and the Hindus would be wiped out of the state.
In the same breath, the legislator accused the Congress of playing the role of Ravana.
Singh further alleged torture of Hindus by Jihadi elements entering the TMC-ruled state from adjoining Bangladesh.
“Fortunately we have a leader like Modi Ji and we will oust all foreign elements from Bengal,” he added.
Singh is not new to controversies. Recently speaking in defence of BJP MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar who has been accused of raping a minor girl in Unnao, Singh said that no one could rape a mother of three children.
After that, the lawmaker said 2019 Lok Sabha elections would be fought on the lines of “Islam versus Bhagwan” and “Pakistan versus India”.
In February, Singh said that people who do not chant ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ are Pakistanis.
Earlier in January, the saffron party leader had said that India would become a Hindu nation by 2014 and once it becomes “Hindu Rashtra,” only those Muslims who assimilate into the Hindu culture will stay in the country.
On April 22, PM Modi asked party MLAs and MPs not to speak out of turn to the media on any issue.
The Prime Minister’s remark came in the backdrop of controversial statements being made by the partymen.
(With ANI / TOI inputs)