In Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia, a controversial statement came out from BJP MLA Surendra Singh’s side. In this statement, he compared government officials and employees to the prostitutes and told the workers who demand the bribe to beat them with shoes. In Balia, the battle between the revenue employees and BJP legislator Surendra Singh goes on high as On one side, MLA Surendra Singh is driving a march against corruption in Baria tehsil and taking a look at the officials and employees of their own government. At the same time, the revenue employees are also doing protest against the MLA to all Tehsil headquarters.
BJP MLA Surendra Singh compared the government officials and employees to prostitutes while saying that,“prostitutes are better than these officers and employees. At least they take the money and do their work and dance on the stage, But Government employees and officials do not work even they get their money”. While addressing the public on Tuesday on the Samadhan Divas, at Tehasil, BJP Lawmaker Surendra Singh said, “If any officer or employee asks for a bribe, then beat him with the shoes (Ghoos mangey to ghoosa do, nahin maaney to joota do) and if didn’t understand then give him a punch”.
Revenue employees are doing protest against the BJP MLA Surendra Singh on all Tehsil headquarters. They all are blaming Surendra Singh for the corruption. a few days ago, the nephew of the MLA had beaten a revenue inspector and the case was registered against the nephew of the legislator. Since then the Revenue Department and the MLA are opposing each other.
The BJP leader has a long and colorful history of giving controversial statements. Last month, he has compared UP minister and Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party President Om Prakash Rajbhar to a prostitute and accused him of making money by enlisting his family members into politics. Responding to Rajbhar’s allegations of corruption against the ruling BJP Surendra Singh had said, “Vaishya ko puri Duniya vaishya dikhti hai (A prostitute sees all like herself).”However he didn’t stop here, also after the Gorakhpur bypolls 2018, he had said the 2019 Lok Sabha elections would be a battle between “Islam and Bhagwan”. He had also called West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee ‘Surpanakha’(the sister of demon king Ravana in Ramayana).