TMC attacks Vijayvargiya over misogynistic tweet against Mamata – kolkata

Women leaders of the Trinamool Congress have slammed BJP nationwide normal secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, accusing him of posting a misogynistic tweet against West Bengal Chief Minister and celebration supremo Mamata Banerjee.

Vijayvargiya, additionally the saffron celebration’s Bengal minder, shared a photograph of Banerjee, during which she is seen cooking in a tribal village, on Twitter and, in an accompanying assertion, stated in Hindi, “Didi has already started doing the work she will have to do after 5 months.”

Banerjee’s picture was taken at Ballavpur village the place she had stopped for a while whereas returning to Kolkata from Birbhum district final week.

The meeting election within the state is due in April-May this yr. Reacting sharply to Vijayvargiya’s submit, TMC MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar claimed that the nation is crammed with misogynists from the BJP who assume the place of a girl is within the kitchen.

“If you are a woman and you have aspirations to join active politics, remember – our country is plagued with MISOGYNISTS from BJP like these who plan to send women back to the kitchen,” Ghosh Dastidar tweeted.

“Can’t imagine the lack of respect that women in Kailash Vijayvargiya family must be facing,” the physician turned politician stated.

West Bengal minister Shashi Panja stated, “BJP shows their true colors again! This is what they think of the only sitting female CM in India. No wonder our women are not safe under their rule! Before your misogyny strikes again, remind yourselves of the Chaiwala who’s now your boss!”

Actor turned celebration MP Nusrat Jahan stated “Shri Kailash Vijayvargiya’s comments are OUTRIGHT MISOGYNISTIC! BJP crossed the mark by insulting every single woman who cooks, provides for families and has aspirations. Mamata Banerjee is the only female CM in India at present and once again, BJP targets and abuses her. #Shameful.”

BJP Mahila Morcha state president Agnimitra Paul, nonetheless, questioned how that tweet of Vijayvargiya may very well be misogynistic.

“Cooking cannot be a demeaning job. Our mothers and grandmothers cooked for days to sustain the family. Millions of women – working or housewives – cook with passion for their near ones every day. There are thousands of male chefs who are proud of their work. How can the tweet be demeaning or misogynistic?” she informed PTI.

Paul, additionally a clothier, claimed that at a gathering previously, TMC MP Abhisek Banerjee had requested the group if they’ll put on sari and bangle if attacked.

“Isn’t that demeaning to Indian women? Wearing sari and bangle is the pride of Indian women. What would the TMC women MPs have to say about that?” Paul requested.

Mamata Banerjee made a sudden detour and entered the tribal village whereas returning to Kolkata after wrapping up a two-day go to to Bolpur in Birbhum district on December 30.

She joined tribal girls and cooked greens through the shock go to to the village.

Vijayvargiya on that day had stated the chief minister’s sudden go to to the village was nothing however a “drama”. His alleged misogynistic tweet was posted on the subsequent day.

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You gave a mini shock: Sports Minister Rijiju on PV Sindhu’s cryptic ‘I Retire’ tweet – other sports

Kiren Rijiju, the Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports on Monday mentioned that shuttler PV Sindhu gave him a mini shock along with her submit titled “I Retire”.

The 25-year-old badminton world champion had posted a message on her social media accounts in an effort to create consciousness relating to the coronavirus pandemic and the way individuals mustn’t take it calmly.

“You actually gave a mini shock @Pvsindhu1 but I had unflinching faith in your power of determination. I’m sure you have the strength and stamina to bring many more laurels for India,” Rijiju tweeted. 

Sindhu had gained a silver medal at each the 2018 Commonwealth Games and the 2018 Asian Games. She has additionally been a recipient of Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Padma Shri, and Padma Bhushan awards.

Last 12 months, she had gained a gold medal on the BWF World Championships. Sindhu is the one Indian shuttler to have gained a silver medal on the Olympics.

Earlier at this time, Sindhu had shared an indirect tweet to create consciousness relating to the continuing coronavirus pandemic and the way individuals ought to work collectively in the direction of defeating the virus.

Sindhu posted a prolonged message in a Twitter submit and she or he had began by saying

“Denmark Open was the last straw. I retire”. This starting left netizens to ponder whether or not the 25-12 months-previous is definitely retiring from skilled badminton.However, later within the submit, Sindhu clarified that she could have given her followers a “mini heart attack” however she did it in order that her followers “sit up and take notice”.

“I’ve been thinking about coming clean with my feelings for a while now. I admit I have been struggling to deal with it. It just feels so wrong, you know. That’s why I’m writing today to tell you that I’m done. It’s understandable if you’re shocked or confused but by the time you finish reading this you would have learnt about my point of view, and hopefully, will support it too,” Sindhu wrote.

“This pandemic has been an eye-opener for me. I could train hard to fight the toughest of opponents, tooth and nail, right till the final shot of the game. I have done it before, I can do it again. But how do I defeat this invisible virus that has the entire world in a fix? It has been months at home and we still question ourselves every time we step out. Internalizing all this and reading about so many heart-breaking stories online has got me to question a lot about myself and this world we live in. Not being able to represent India in the Denmark Open was the last straw,” she added.

The shuttler then went on to say that she chooses to retire from this negativity, uncertainty, and lackadaisical perspective in the direction of the virus.

“Today, I choose to retire from this current sense of unrest. I retire from this negativity, the constant fear, uncertainty. I choose to retire from a complete lack of control over the unknown. Most importantly, I choose to retire from substandard hygiene standards and our lackadaisical attitude towards the virus,” the badminton participant mentioned.

“That being said, we must be hopeful about the light shining at the end of the tunnel. Yes, Denmark Open didn’t happen but that won’t stop me from training. When life comes at you, one must come back twice as hard. So will I for the Asia Open. I refuse to give up without putting up a solid fight. I refuse to give up without conquering this fear. And will carry on doing so till we have a safer world,” Sindhu concluded.

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