Nidhi to Sadhvi Pragya
BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya was summoned by JP Nadda and BJP's organizational secretary general BS Santosh to the party office in Delhi. According to sources, when the party high command asked him about his controversial statement, he did not respond. He has been asked to refrain from giving statements against party ideology and programs. BJP MP refused to talk to journalists while leaving BJP office
What did Pragya Thakur say?
BJP MP Pragya Thakur reached Sehore on Sunday to attend a program. There a video of their program is going viral. In this video they are saying that, we have not become MP for cleaning the drain. We have not been made MPs to clean your toilet. The work we have been created for MPs will be done honestly. In the meanwhile, Pragya Thakur was also angry at the answer to the question. Significantly, Singh Thakur is accused of Malegaon blast of 2008 and is facing trial in this case. He is now out on bail.
Opposition attacker on intelligence statement
Congress has condemned the statement of intelligence. Madhya Pradesh Congress spokesman Shobha Ojha said that his statement has exposed the hollowity of PM Modi's flagship program 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'. At the same time, AIMM chief Asaduddin Owaisi said that he is telling that he is in the upper cast and that the toilet cleaned is not equal to him. This is unfortunate. Together Owaisi said that he is challenging Prime Minister Narendra Modi's program.
Disputed statements even during Lok Sabha elections
Sadhvi Pragya had also made disputed statements in the recent Lok Sabha elections. He described the Nathuram as the patriot of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. However later he apologized for his statement. The party also issued notice to them for this. Apart from this, he said about the former Mumbai ATS chief Hemant Karkare that he was killed because of his curse. Significantly, on the BJP ticket, Pragya Singh Thakur defeated former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Congress leader Digvijay Singh in the Lok Sabha election. In the Bhopal Lok Sabha seat, he defeated Digvijay Singh by 3.64 lakh votes.