This is how Jaya Bachchan reacted to Naresh Agrawal's remarks on her

This is how Jaya Bachchan reacted to Naresh Agrawal's remarks on her

This is how Jaya Bachchan reacted to Naresh Agrawal's remarks on her

Calling Bachchan an "achiever", Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury took a dig at Agarwal for changing parties and asked whether this was the "trait of a man". Mrs Bachchan, an actor-turned-politician, was picked last week by the Samajwadi Party as its nominee for the one Rajya Sabha seat the party can win in elections this month.

Mr. Agarwal, however, had a few awkward moments.

Newly inducted Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) member Naresh Agrawal on Tuesday felt sorry for the inconvenience caused by his statement on Samajwadi Party (SP) member Jaya Bachchan.

The party decided that solitary candidate would be Bachchan, and this angered Agarwal, hitherto a loyalist of former chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. " So many eyebrows were raised in the Rajya Sabha".

Agarwal's remarks inside and outside Parliament have constantly made headlines.

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In November 2013, Agrawal had called Modi a madari, a street performer. Last year, he had courted trouble after equating Indian gods with alcohol.

Agrarwal was also in the centre of controversy after his comment on Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been detained by Pakistan by suspecting him of being a terrorist. BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra also distanced the party from Agarwal's comment. "Good that he showed his true colors".

He had earlier been with the Akhil Bhartiya Loktantrik Congress with Jagdambika Pal, Rajeev Shukla and Shyam Sunder Sharma that allied with the BJP government headed by Kalyan Singh in Uttar Pradesh in 1997.

The three former MLCs are now in the BJP. He was a member of the cabinet of Rajnath Singh. In 2008, Agarwal joined the BSP and his son Nitin Agarwal became an MLA from Hardoi. The BJP, which has a brute majority in the Vidhan Sabha, is assured of eight seats and the SP one.

Agrawal quit the SP and joined the BJP on Monday after he lost out to Bachchan in the race for re-nomination to the Upper House.

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