Even the God was left “waiting” for Hema Malini in Mathura!

Mathura, March 26: "Ramgarh ki Basanti" aka Hema Malini, actor-turned-politician and BJP's candidate for Mathura seat is not going to have an easy drive in the Lord Krishna's land.

According to reports, Bollywood's dream girl Hema Malini, who claims that her association with Mathura is almost two decades old, has been showing "starry tantrums" in Mathura constituency.

A TOI report said that the yesteryear's heart-throb actress reached late at the venue of campaigning on the first day, that annoyed the party workers who were patiently waiting for her since 5 am.

Hema was scheduled to reach Govardhan early morning as party wanted that there a "puja" should be performed before starting the auspicious work of campaigning.

But, much to the dismay, Hema Malini reached five hours late at around 10 am.

Go back to the movies, Basanti! You are not meant for politics:BJP party workers

"Even God was left waiting", temple priest said.

When she tried to pacify the party workers and her supporters, she faced a protest from them.

"Go back to the movies, Basanti! You are not meant for politics," the disappointed party workers shouted.

After facing the wrath, she promised to be on time, next time.

During the campaign in Palson village in Mathura, Malini even didn't came out of the car, which her convoy was carrying.

It further led to people's anger and one of them said,"Why did you come here at all, if only to sit in your car?"

Some local BJP workers are even "unhappy" with Malini's candidature as they feel that she won't be able to understand ground realities as she is not a common person.

In Mathura, Hema Malini is pitted against Rashtriya Lok Dal's (RLD) general secretary Jayant Chaudhary, the son of party chief Ajit Singh.

The actress, who is making her maiden foray in this year's Lok Sabha elections, is on a two-day visit to the constituency.

Hema Malini booked for violation of Model Code of Conduct

Meanwhile, a case has been registered against Hema Malini for violating the Model Code of Conduct.

Mathura city magistrate Rajesh Kumar Prajapati said Malini entered the city with a cavalcade of 30 vehicles, though she had been given permission for only ten for a road show.

"It is nice that I am contesting from Lord Krishna's land and Narendra Modi is contesting from Lord Shiva's land," 65-year-old actress had said last week.

"I have been associated with Mathura for almost 20 years. Whenever I come to Delhi, I always go to Mathura and Varanasi. I am a devotee of Lord Krishna, so when BJP asked me to contest from Mathura, I was very happy," she said.

"If I win, with the grace of Lord Krishna, I would clean river Yamuna. There are many things to be done in Mathura, and cleanliness is another issue I would like to address," she added.

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