Even after Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan took U-turn over his remark on Bulandshahr gangrape incidents, leaders from other parties are still pointing their guns on him. A top Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader went bizarre in a bid to slam Azam Khan.
BJP spokesperson IP Singh said, "If anything similar happens with Azam Khan's wife, daughter, only then he will realise how grave the matter is. He should be ashamed of saying such derogatory things."
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"If these people want to politicise such a horrible incident then it shows their low standards," Azam Khan said hitting back at IP Singh.
Senior SP leader and Uttar Pradesh minister Azam Khan has kicked up a controversy by suggesting that the Bulandshahr highway gangrape could be an outcome of a 'political conspiracy' against the ruling party, drawing condemnation from rival parties.