Women's Pride can't Be Compromised over Politics, Sushma Swaraj and Smriti Irani come in to rescue Jaya Bachchan
Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj and Union Cabinet Minister of Textiles and Information & Broadcasting Smriti Irani come in together to rescue Jaya Bachchan placing pride over politics.
Naresh Agarwal- Jaya Bachchan controversy back flipped over the party politics as the ladies from the parliament join together to fight for the pride of women over politics.
Naresh Agarwal who recently quit Samajwadi Party and joined BJP after losing his race against Jaya Bachchan was under strike by the Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj for his derogatory comment in frustration, where he remarked that "Samajwadi party had equated him over a film actor who used to dance in movies". Sushma Swaraj though welcomes Naresh Agarwal to BJP however also said, "his comment concerning Jaya Bachchan Ji is unfair and unacceptable."
श्री नरेश अग्रवाल भारतीय जनता पार्टी में शामिल हुए हैं. उनका स्वागत है.— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) March 12, 2018
लेकिन जया बच्चन जी के विषय में उनकी टिप्पणी अनुचित एवं अस्वीकार्य है.
My case is in the court of law for 5 years now. But let my battle not be an excuse to humiliate other women. In fact let it be a reminder for us that when a woman’s honour is challenged we stand as one in our condemnation irrespective of our politics. https://t.co/beneLYVHnk— Smriti Z Irani (@smritiirani) March 12, 2018
Union Cabinet Minister of Textiles and Information & Broadcasting Smriti Irani also clearly revealed her stand towards womanhood as she comes saying, "when a woman’s honour is challenged we stand as one in our condemnation irrespective of our politics." In answer to the controversy where one follower raised that in the same manner Smriti Irani was once targeted by the Congress as well, in the year 2012 by Sanjay Nirupam, however over this Ms Smriti Irani said that political leanings could not be used as an excuse to slander the dignity of a woman. - Window To News