New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party workers on Tuesday blackened the faces of party’s national coordinator Ramji Gautam and former BSP state in charge Sitaram in Jaipur. The incident occurred outside the BSP office in Rajasthan’s capital city. The two leaders were abused and paraded on donkeys by the party workers for allegedly indulging in anti-party activities, stated news agency ANI.

Local media reports claimed that the two leaders were allegedly selling tickets for the elections. Meanwhile, a video tweeted by news agency ANI on Tuesday showed the BSP workers garlanding the two leaders with shoes to express their outrage.

In yet another incident on Monday, a BSP leader expressed resentment over the use of electronic voting machines by spilling ink on an EVM in a polling booth in Thane Head Post Office of Maharashtra during the assembly election voting. A video of local BSP leader Sunil Khambe’s despicable act went viral on social media.