Jaya Bachchan expressed anger at the Centre government for making an condemn statement against West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.
Member of Parliament for Uttar Pradesh, Jaya Bachchan lashed out the anger at the Centre administration for taking the steps to protect the cows but not the women.
The House condemned the statement made by the BJP leader who offered Rs 11 lakh reward for beheading the West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee.
The MP asked how dare somebody to make such a statement against a women Chief Minister particularly when women are feeling uncertain and questioned is this the way to protect the women.
The issue was raised in both Upper house and lower house by the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) or TMC party members and with all the major political parties condemning the statement.
In the Upper house, the Deputy Chairman P J Kurien said that the state administration can file a FIR and take an immediate action. Raising the concern during the Zero hour in the Rajya Sabha, the member of All India Trinamool Congress(AITC) , Sukhendu Sekhar Roy, said that Bhartiya Janta party(BJP) member openly described the Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee as a “demon” as he announced an amount of Rs 11 lakhs which would be given as a reward for beheading the CM Mamata Banerjee.
He asked the Parliament and the administration to criticize the statement and said that a constitutionally elected CM has been described as a demon. He also added that the central was annoying to “unleash a reign of terror” in the state in the term of religion and the other things.
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Minister of state for parliamentary affairs said that he strongly condemns such type of statements and the state administration will take legal actions regarding the issue. On the other hand, the opposition parties also raised concerns over the statements made by the BJP leader and supported the TMC party members on this issue.
Ananth Kumar, parliamentary affairs minister also condemned the statement and said that it was completely wrong and the administration strongly condemns it.
“She is an elected chief minister and respect must be given to her. We strongly condemn it,” Kumar said.