Ladpura MLA and BJP leader Bhawani Singh Rajawat was caught on camera while addressing a group of women in a village in the Kota region, Rajasthan. Presumably, the BJP leader was instigating the women in the district to illegally encroach the house of other BJP MLA in the poll-bound state of Rajasthan.
Bhawani Singh Rajawat could be heard talking about solving the problems of the people in the region, including housing facilities and ration distribution as he openly provoked them to indulge into criminal activities.
“You people have been trying for more than 50 years. So, today I have decided to give housing to the people here,” the Ladpura MLA said while talking to the women.
He further advised the women of the village to break into the house of the political leaders because of whom they are living without proper housing facilities. “I am giving you full privilege to go to their homes, break their locks and live in their homes,” Bhawani Singh added.
Shockingly, the women applauded the suggestion of the BJP MLA while laughing and clapping at his statement. Later, the BJP MLA proposed to take action against the government in the most unexpected way, saying, “If a police case is filed or if the government will try stop you, then we will run bulldozer on the chest of MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal."
“No billionaire or millionaire will come here to help you out. It is our right and we should get proper housing facilities in the region to survive,” he further added.
Women in the crowd presented their problems to Bhawani Singh Rajawat on paper as the Kota MLA proposed to solve their problems, ahead of elections in the state of Rajasthan. This is not the first time when a BJP leader has given controversial statement during their addressal to the masses.
In an earlier incident in July 2018, BJP MLA from UP, Surendra Singh sparked huge controversy when he compared government officials with prostitutes.
Rajasthan will head for elections later this year along with the states of Chhattisgrah, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Rajasthan and Tripura.