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So, Modi govt. came up with this 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' which is one of the most ambitious schemes of the country.
By urinating in public this BJP minister, Kalicharan Saraf is a big embarrassment the state's ruling BJP.
It seems they don't practice what they preach.
While Modi spreads awareness among the common people to keep clean surroundings, this shameful act left a bad mark on the party.
The media even tried to call the minister, his phone was switched off. And later he responded shrugging it off, saying it was 'not that big an issue'. Even cricketer Harbajan Singh took a dig at him.
And off course, the opposition didn't leave yet another dig at BJP and asked the minister to apologize.
Setting right example???Rajasthan Minister Urinates On Roadside, Says "Not A Big Issue" - NDTV https://t.co/OkoH8JFf47— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) February 15, 2018
The BJP minister was criticized on social media by Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee’s IT cell secretary Danish Abrar.
Govt talks about #SwachchBharat Mission but health minister here in Rajasthan is caught urinating in public. Govt should be ashamed and must publicly apologize: Raghu Sharma,Congress on viral picture of Rajasthan Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf urinating on road pic.twitter.com/DIoyuofaQK— ANI (@ANI) February 15, 2018
कालीचरण सर्राफ़ को तुरंत इस्तीफ़ा देना चाहिए !— Prof.Vikram Singh (@DrVikramGurjar) February 13, 2018
Hope the minister takes this critic positively and take a lesson from this.
It should be noted that it is also illegal to urinate on the roads and violation of the law warrants a fine of up to Rs.200.