A day after a video of Uttarakhand BJP president Bansidhar Bhagat making derogatory remarks in opposition to state Chief of Opposition Indira Hridayesh went viral, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat took to Twitter to apologize to her over the incident saying he’s “very unhappy”.
“Revered sister Indira Hridayesh, at the moment I’m very unhappy. Ladies are very revered and revered for us. I personally apologize to you and all and all others who’ve been damage (by the remarks). I’ll name you tomorrow and apologise for this as soon as once more,” Rawat tweeted.
आदरणीय @IndiraHridayesh बहिन जी आज मैं अति दुखी हूँ । महिला हमारे लिए अति सम्मानित व पूज्या हैं। मैं व्यक्तिगत रूप से आपसे व उन सभी से क्षमा चाहता हँ जो मेरी तरह दुखी हैं। मैं कल आपसे व्यक्तिगत बात करूँगा व पुनः क्षमा याचना करूँगा। 🙏🏻🙏🏻
— Trivendra Singh Rawat (@tsrawatbjp) January 5, 2021
Hridayesh, nevertheless, demanded an apology from Bhagat for his derogatory remarks. “I’ve heard the hurtful language used in opposition to me. Because the president of the BJP’s state unit, he’s a consultant of the occasion itself. I’m deeply damage and need the matter to be taken cognisance of, and an apology issued,” ANI quoted Hridayesh as saying.
The state BJP chief had, whereas addressing occasion employees in Bhimtal, mentioned, “Our Chief of Opposition is saying that a number of MLAs are in contact together with her…arre budhia, tujhse kyun sampark karengey? (Why will they contact you, outdated lady).”