The ruling Indian government Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was mocked by the opposition on Thursday when a photo of state Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf urinating on the walls went viral. Party's Rajasthan unit Vice President Archana Sharma called it a "shameful deed", when the government was spending money on the Swachh Bharat Mission.
In June, 2017, a picture of Union minister Radha Mohan Singh urinating in the open, against the wall of a building as his security officers stood guard had gone viral. Saraf however shrugged it off, saying it was "not a big issue".
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This news came to the fore as the Municipal Corporation of the state is working on bringing the city to the top on the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan chart.
Taking potshots at the government, Congress leader Raghu Sharma said that the minister should apologise for his act. She said at a time when crores are being spent on the Swachh Bharat Mission, such leaders are sending out a wrong message to public. However, she could not take a photo of him by that time as she was busy because of polls. As the media reached his office to seek his response, he declined to comment, saying he doesn't want to talk about it as it is not a big issue.
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In july past year, Union agriculture minister Radha Mohan Singh was caught on camera urinating in the public, sparking social media storm. According to rules, those urinating on roads are liable to pay Rs 200 as fine. The picture was first tweeted out by Danish Abrar, the secretary and coordinator of the IT cell of Rajasthan Congress Committee.
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