Sadhvi Pragya pulled up by BJP over ‘toilet’ remark, asked to refrain from such utterances

Pragya Singh Thakur, a first-time BJP parliamentarian from Madhya Pradeshs Bhopal, was admonished today by her party for her comment that she wasnt elected to get drains and toilets cleaned. According to reports, BJPs working president JP Nadda disapproved of the comments and told the controversial politician to refrain from such utterances. Sadhvi Pragya was summoned to the party headquarters where she was given the dressing down, reports citing sources said. The BJP lawmaker was attending a meeting of party workers in Sehore, a part of her constituency, when locals raised the issue of cleanliness in the city. Even we were been elected to get your toilets cleaned. However, we will remain honest on fulfilling the responsibilities for which we have been elected, Slamming her statement, AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi said the statement showed her thought process. She says this because that is her thought process. The MP believes in the caste and class discrimination happening in India He further added, It is very unfortunate. Also, she has openly opposed the PMs programme The remark by the saffron leader has come at a time NDA government led by PM Modi has been pushing the The PM had launched the mission in 2014 to achieve sanitation coverage across the country. In this years budget, the mission has been expanded to focus on solid waste management in every village across the country. Even in April, she had stirred up a controversy by saying that Mumbai ATS chief Hemant Karkare died in 26\/11 Mumbai terror attack because of her curse for