UP Polls: Woman tries to enter rally; Maya calls her 'dog'

Lucknow, Feb 7: With the upcoming Uttar Pradesh elections on the way, the political parties are trying different ways to grab the seats. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Monday called a woman 'pet dog' in her rally in Khorabar area of Gorakhpur city.

While Mayawati's speech, a lady in a crowd got up and tried to enter the secured area around the stage. The woman shouted when she was stopped by the security men and she forced them to make her way. The security men handed her over to the police, who took her outside.

On the other hand, the incident raised curiosity amongst people, they stood up, which interrupted her speech. She asked the people to sit down on their places, annoyed over the incident, she called, "Inhe kutta samajh kar najar-andaz kar dijiye (Ignore them like dogs)."

Criticizing the act, Mayawati stated that Oppositions are "worried, they are sending their pet dogs to disturb our public meetings. You people need not get distracted from such tactics."

Mayawati also showed her anger for draping the statues of elephants, "You people are unhappy with the decision of Election Commission regarding covering of statues of me and elephants. You have to give reply by voting BSP to power once again." she added.

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