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RLD leader threatens to demolish BJP office, calls BJP the biggest ‘jutiya’ party

Indian political discourse reaching newer lows.

RLD (Rashtriya Lok Dal) leader Jayant Chaudhary, crossing lines of basic civility, threatened to ‘demolish’ the BJP office in the national capital. On March 30, the RLD leader while addressing a public gathering, Chaudhary said that if Ajit Singh (Party President and son of former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh) gives us orders, we will go and demolish the BJP party headquarters in Delhi.

“They have built a Rs 1,500 crore palatial central headquarter in Delhi. We didn’t do any harm last time but if they do it again, Ajit Singh will give us orders and we will march and remove bricks of the headquarters,” Chaudhary reportedly said. He further said that while he does not wish to use abusive terms for the BJP leaders, who call us ‘Sharab’ and ‘milavat’, he would still like to call them ‘Jutiya’, which sounds similar to the abusive word ‘ch*t*y*’

He was referring to the ‘Sarab’ dig PM Modi had taken at the SP-BSP-RLD alliance in Uttar Pradesh where he had said that the ‘sarab – Samajwadi Party (Sa), Rashtriya Lok Dal (Ra) and Bahujan Samaj Party (B)’ are harmful for the society. Chaudhary’s loss of basic civility shows his frustration and lack of linguistic skills that the best comeback he could come for the ‘Sarab’ dig is a word which sounds like an abusive term, and even there he did not have the courage to say it openly.

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