BJP’s Serial Offender MP Threatens To Eliminate Those Who Disrespect PM, CM
The MP from Madhya Pradesh had called Digvijay Singh’s wife an 'item' a few days ago.
Manohar Untwal has proved once again that he is not fit to be a people’s representative. Three days after casting aspersions on Digvijay Singh’s wife, the foul-mouthed BJP MP has said he has the strength to eliminate those who speak ill against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the same sentence, of course.
“Those who insult the PM, we will keep them here,” he said pointing at his feet before moving on to mouth a graver threat to Chouhan’s critics.
“Hamare Pradhan Mantri ko koi apmaanit karega, toh usko hum yahaan rakhte hain. Hamare mukhya mantri ka jo apmaan karega, usko toh hum duniya se hi gayab karne ki taakat rakhte hain (If someone disrespects our Prime Minister we keep him at our feet and those who disrespect our chief minister we have the capacity to eliminate them from this world,” the ANI has quoted Manohar Untwal as saying.
Untwal was speaking at BJP’s Kisan Samman Yatra in Shajapur-Polai Kalan on Sunday.
BJP MLAs have threatened to kill people before. Rajasthan BJP MLA Gyan Dev Ahuja of Ramgarh said those who smuggle cows will be killed, The Telegraph reported. This was after a man was severely thrashed on suspicion of cow slaughter in Alwar.
But Untwal seems to be more prolific with his idiocy. Just three days ago, he referred to Digvijay Singh’s wife thus: “Digvijay Singh has done nothing for Madhya Pradesh but brought an item from Delhi. Now, he is asking why saints have been given red beacon car. He now has a problem with them too.”
Congress demanded action against Untwal after the remarks forcing him to retract. “I respect Digvijaya Singh ji a lot, and I also respect women, my statement has been twisted. No way was I talking about his wife,” DNA quoted him as saying.
In January, the MP had allegedly sent goons to beat and abuse a BJP leader over a dispute about who will carry the flag during a party procession, DNA reported.
In 2013, when Chouhan was under public scanner for the sharp rise in rape cases in the state, Untwal had explained that, because Madhya Pradesh has a population of 7.5 crore, the rape of 4,500 women was not a big number.