Belagaam Bidhuri of BJP

By  Shimon Chadha | Updated:  May 09, 2019, 05:43 PM

BJP’s candidate from South Delhi, Ramesh Bidhuri, has embarrassed the ruling party with his astonishingly abusive and derogatory remarks against AAP founder and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal at a recent rally, and has probably earned himself a harsh hearing from the Election Commission, along with the inevitable criticism from the opposition. 
The three-time MLA, at a rally in Mehrauli, referring to a sedition case filed against former President of the Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Students Union, and CPI (M) candidate Kanhaiya Kumar over an event held 3 years ago, called Kejriwal a “bhadwa” (pimp), for stopping the case, and not conducting further investigation on it. 
The sitting MP from the constituency requested the crowd to chant “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” loud enough to reach the JNU campus, and told them that their “voice should shake the charpoys of those tukde tukde gang pimps in JNU”. “Tukde tukde gang” is a term used informally to refer to the leftist student body organisations of colleges and universities, primarily JNU and Aligarh Muslim University. 
Bidhuri did not stop there, and went on to mock Kejriwal’s promises of giving amenities either for free or at low prices. He said that the CM talks of giving everything for free- wife, children, electricity, water, WiFi. Referring to the talks between AAP and Congress over alliance talks for the elections, Bidhuri said Kejriwal was “licking Sheila Dixit’s boots till six months ago”. 
In what appears to be a rush of adrenaline, Bidhuri slammed the Congress for mentioning in their manifesto that they will put an end to the sedition law, and claimed that the grand old party would fail to secure any more than 40 seats in the country, let alone becoming the ruling party. 

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