BJP’s Aparajita Sarangi says that women do not feel safe as MPs. Bhubaneswar News – Times of India


Bhubaneswar: Member of Parliament from Bhubaneswar and National Spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Aparajita Sarangi Said here on Friday that she doesn’t feel safe here Orissa As a woman legislator, a day after she allegedly faced violent protests by Biju Janata Dal (BJD) workers in Acharya Vihar area of ​​the state capital late Thursday evening.
The Lok Sabha was forced to remain locked in a house for over three hours from 8 pm to 11 pm on Thursday as some people confronted them, pelted stones and laid eggs while chanting ‘Go Back’ slogans, When MPs were meeting with senior citizens.
“I am a woman MP and I am not safe. It is the duty of the government to provide me security as an elected representative and an MP,” she said at a press conference.
Describing the incident, he said that he had to stay in the drawing room of a widow for three to four hours as BJD workers turned violent and started pelting stones. “Who would be responsible if an elderly civilian was injured?” he questioned.
holding the chief minister Naveen Patnaik responsible for the situation undefeated He said, ‘As the head of the family (government), I hold the CM responsible for this. I doubt whether the CM is aware of the chaos. If he doesn’t know then it is more unfortunate for the 4.5 crore people of Odisha.”
Aparajita said that Odisha has been found to be the third worst state in crimes against women as per the National Crime Records Bureau 2020, BJD is trying to make it the number one position.
The MP-turned-MP IAS officer sought protection for her, saying she would visit every ward in Bhubaneswar and other parts of the state. Demanding a fair probe into Thursday’s incident, Aparajita questioned whether Odisha was moving towards West Bengal and BJD was copying the same. Trinamool Congress,
The BJP MP said there was a well-crafted strategy to target him selectively and asked the BJD what it feared from here. She said that she would take it as a challenge and continue to serve the people, which is why she entered politics.