Naresh Agrawal regrets Jaya commentNaresh Agrawal regrets Jaya comment

Aaron Brown
March 15, 2018

"I am a stubborn woman, I will not answer", she told the reporters. Following this, Agarwal was upset with the party's decision and he quit Samajwadi Party to join BJP. Though their names have not figured in the official list of the BJP, the move is being seen in political circles as a "Plan B" of the ruling party. "We condemn Naresh Agrawal". Now on 12 March 2018, When Naresh Agarwal used his grossly vulgar language for famous film star Jaya Bachchan, who became the preferred by Samajwadi Party for nomination to the Rajya Sabha. Agrawal's second Rajya Sabha term expires on April 2. She wrote, "Shri Naresh Agarwal has joined Bhartiya Janata Party".

In a tweet, Yadav said, "We condemn the BJP and Naresh Agarwal for his derogatory statement against Jaya Bachhan".

The party decided that solitary candidate would be Bachchan, and this angered Agarwal, hitherto a loyalist of former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav.

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With 14 candidates, from Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and other bigwigs to an independent, entering the fray for ten vacant Rajya Sabha seats from Uttar Pradesh, a contest to the Parliament's Upper House became imminent on Monday.

On Monday, Agarwal also found him in the midst of a controversy over his remarks on Jaya Bachchan. "What he thinks doesn't matter, question is what is BJP doing?" For somebody who used to dance in films, act in films, I was denied a (Rajya Sabha) ticket. Agarwal still met union home minister Rajnath Singh in Delhi, and a final call was taken to induct him and son Nitin, an SP MLA, into the BJP. "The party chose to avoid all that, especially when it is still at loggerheads with the BJP at the centre and state", said a senior TDP leader, who was unwilling to be identified.

Swaraj, the external affairs minister, had said yesterday that Agrawal was welcome in the BJP but his comments on Bachchan were "improper and unacceptable".

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