After victory in UP, BJP revokes expulsion of Dayashankar Singh, ex-party vice-president who had abused Mayawati
Dayashankar Singh, who had been expelled from the party for six years for making derogatory remarks against Mayawati, was brought back to the party.
After presenting herself as a strong woman face and donning the mantle of Uttar Pradesh BJP women wing chief, Swati Singh has a tough responsibility at hand, to win the Sarojini Nagar Assembly seat which the saffron party has never won.
Samajwadi Party's internal confusion continues while BJP finds a new catchy topic to contest the 2017 Uttar Pradesh Assembly Election
Dayashankar said, "A rickshaw puller is better than her (Mayawati) as he does not strike a deal with anyone else once he has settled the fare with one passenger."
Hitting out at the SP government in Uttar Pradesh for not acting against BSP leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui after he was accused of insulting woman kin of an expelled BJP leader, the saffron party on Friday alleged a nexus between the SP and BSP because of its growing "popularity"
Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh, who was arrested for allegedly making derogatory comments against BSP president Mayawati, was on Sunday released from jail, a day after a local court granted him bail
Dayashankar Singh's wife has demanded the persons who abused her minor daughter be pressed with POSCO charges.
Charges under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (Pocso) Act were added against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leaders.
BJP national president Amit Shah had to cancel a rally in Agra on Sunday after the UP BJP failed to gather a crowd of 40,000 Dalits.
On 21 July, Mayawati instigated her party workers to target expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh's mother, wife and daughter, the petitioner alleged.
Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh's wife Swati Singh, who has taken up cudgels against BSP leaders for their derogatory comments against her daughter and family members, was on Tuesday admitted to a city hospital after she complained of uneasiness.
Going hyper on Dayashankar’s comments does not serve Mayawati’s interests, as that may annoy the upper castes, whom she is trying to woo, rather desperately.
Swati Singh, Dayashankar’s wife, who has risen like a phoenix from the ashes to save the honour of her family, and even more importantly, her party.
KN Govindacharya reflects on the apparent trend of language deterioration in politics that can worsen our electoral process, which is already in bad shape.
Stepping up attack on BJP, Mayawati today alleged that it had "pressurised" the SP government in UP into lodging an FIR against her and was preventing arrest of Dayashankar Singh, who made derogatory remarks against her.
UP Governor Ram Naik on Sunday sought footage of the BSP protest against Dayashankar Singh's remarks questioning the character of Mayawati, a day after a BJP delegation met him and demanded arrest of a top BSP leader for using "abusive" language at the demonstration.
Mayawati is perhaps the most hated politician in the eyes of the mainstream media and political class. The aforementioned comments were only a drop in the ocean of insults hurled at the BSP leader throughout her career.
Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik will meet on Monday the daughter of expelled BJP leader Dayashankar Singh, who made derogatory remarks on the character of BSP supremo Mayawati.