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Roads like Katrina Kaif’s cheeks! Rajasthan minister’s Foot In Mouth Comment

Katrina Kaif cheeks, Roads like Katrina Kaif cheek
It seems in our country politicians never learn their lessons. Yet again in a public display of rampant misogyny Rajasthan Minister Rajendra Singh Gudha while addressing a gathering said “roads should be made like Katrina kaif’s cheeks”. Yes, you heard it right.

A video clip highlighting the comment by the Congress MLA has now gone viral. The newly appointed minister can be seen addressing a huge gathering in Udaipurwati, his assembly constituency.

Like Katrina Kaif cheeks comment:

The video shows some villagers complaining about the condition of the roads at which he boasts,” “In my constituency, the roads should be made like Katrina Kaif’s cheeks.” There seems to be no end to display of this blatant sexist attitude that publicly appointed leaders never shy away from displaying.

The 53-year-old minister  is a member of the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly since 2019 he was the Former Tourism Minister in Congress Government. 

It is pretty common in our country to pass such unsavoury comments and then get away by apologising. There are hoards of politicians who have done this in the past and this won’t be the last either.

Recently, Bharatiya Janata Party leader Tathagata Roy comment on Twitter had him slapped with an FIR. He said in a tweet, “Any political party, inclg BJP, has 2 sets of people. Those who have come to give something (labour/intellect) & those who want to get something (power/money/woman). It is not entirely in practice to exclude the 2nd category entirely. However the leadership must know who is which.”


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