Khattar's remarks about daughters-in-law stoked a row
Speaking on the success of 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao', Khattar said, "Our minister Dhankhar ji used to say that we will have to bring daughters-in-law from Bihar if the number of girls reduces and numbers of boys increases."
"Now people say that since Kashmir is open, we can bring girls from there. Jokes apart, if there, is a good sex ratio, the balance in society will be right."
Lauding Beti Bachao campaign, Khattar said sex ratio improved
"Haryana was infamous due to the low birth rate of daughters. But then the government launched 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' campaign, after which the number of girls born per 1,000 boys has increased from 850 to 933," Khattar added.
After row, Saini said he didn't say anything wrong
Saying the entire country should celebrate, Saini said, "The Muslim workers should celebrate here. Get married there to a fair Kashmiri girl. There should be celebrations. Everyone should celebrate - be it Hindu or Muslims."
Shockingly, Saini didn't regret his comments.
"Now anyone can get married to a Kashmiri girl without any issue. That is all I said and it is the truth," he said.