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BJP Mahila Morcha leader expelled after she asks Hindu men to gang-rape Muslim women

CHANDIGARH: Sunita Singh Gaur, the president of the BJP’s Mahila Morcha in Ramkola in Uttar Pradesh, has been expelled from the organisation over a Facebook post, in which she said that Hindu men should gang-rape Muslim women.

BJP Mahila Morcha leader expelled after she asks Hindu men to gang-rape Muslim women

Sunita Singh Gaur, the president of the BJP’s Mahila Morcha in Ramkola in Uttar Pradesh. Facebook.



Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, July 1  

Sunita Singh Gaur, the president of the BJP’s Mahila Morcha in Ramkola in Uttar Pradesh, has been expelled from the organisation over a Facebook post, in which she said that Hindu men should gang-rape Muslim women. 

In a screenshot of the post that has been shared by a Twitter user, Gaur said: “There is only one solution for them (Muslims). Hindu brothers should make a group of 10 and gang rape their (Muslims) mothers and sisters openly on the streets…and then hang her in the middle of the bazaar for others to see.” 

Gaur added that “if we need to protect India” then Hindu men must rape Muslim women.

“There is no other way,” she added. 

Gaur has now deleted the post. 

Responding to the tweet, Vijaya Rahatkar, national president of Mahila Morcha, said: “Be assured, BJP Mahila Morcha will not tolerate any hateful comments whatsoever from any karyakarta. The lady in question has been expelled even before you tweeted.” 

According to the press release that Rahatkar posted alongside her tweet, Gaur was expelled on June 27. 

The press release acknowledged that Gaur repeatedly posted inappropriate content on social media.    

The prime minister and chief minister believe in “sabka saath, sabka vikas,” the press release read. 

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