Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar released from Mau district jail

BJP leader Dayashankar Singh who was granted bail yesterday, was released from Mau district jail today.

Published: 07th August 2016 10:31 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th August 2016 10:31 AM   |  A+A-


Expelled BJP leader Dayashankar who was granted bail yesterday, released from Mau district jail. (ANI)


MAU: Expelled Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Dayashankar Singh who was granted bail yesterday, was released from Mau district jail today.

Dayashankar was expelled for comparing BSP chief Mayawati to a prostitute and was later arrested in Buxar on July 29 by a joint team of the UP Special Task Force and the Bihar Police.

“My wife and daughter are not well, will go to Lucknow straight away, to meet my family,” Dayashankar told the media after being released.

Dayashankar had been booked under IPC sections 504, 509, 153A and the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act at Hazratganj police station on July 2.

But the FIR was transferred to Mau’s Kotwali police station as Singh had made the remark there.

“Ek vaishya se bhi badtar charitra ki aaj Mayawatiji ho gayi hain. Isi liye Kanshi Ram ke banaye karyakarta unka saath chhod kar ja rahe hain aur BSP samapt ho rai hai… Mayawatiji kisi ko 1 crore mein ticket deti hain. Koi 2 crore dene wala milta hai toh usey ticket de deti hain, aur shaam ko koi 3 crore dene ko taiyyar hota hai toh usey de deti hain. (Mayawati’s character is worse than a prostitute. That why people are leaving her side and the BSP is nearing its end. Mayawati gives a ticket for 1 crore which she changes if she is offered 2 crore. And she changes even that ticket if she is offered 3 crore by evening),” Singh has said at a meeting in Mau where he was being felicitated by BJP workers.

Commotion followed Singh’s statement and he was hauled by politicos across the nation and the BJP and swift action was taken against him.

A day after Dayashankar was arrested and sent to 14-day judicial custody, the Samajwadi Party hoped that the arrest would make sure that nobody points a finger at the so-called deteriorating law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh.

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