With the three farm laws being repealed recently, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi has requested that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) ought to be removed too.
He cautioned that if the CAA and NRC are not rejected, protestors will “take to roads and transform it into Shaheen Bagh”.
“CAA is against the Constitution. If the BJP government doesn’t reclaim this law, we will come out in the city and one more Shaheen Bagh will come up here,” Owaisi said, tending to a public gathering in Barabanki on Sunday evening.
The AIMIM chief likewise dispatched an assault against Prime Minister Narendra Modi
“Leader Modi is the biggest ‘nautankibaaz’ in the nation, and accidentally, he has entered legislative issues, else what might have happened to individuals of the entertainment world. Every one of the honors would have been won by Modi,” Owaisi said.
AIMIM Chief Calls Out Modi For 750 Farmer Deaths
“Subsequent to reporting the annulment of three agriculture laws, the Prime Minister had said that there had been some inadequacy in his ‘tapasya’ (compensation). This lets us know what a major entertainer our Prime Minister is,” he added.
Owaisi said the genuine ‘tapasya’ was finished by the farmers in their fights during which around 750 of them died.
The AIMIM chief guaranteed that PM Modi declared the nullification of the homestead laws to conciliate farmers taking into account the forthcoming Assembly decisions.
The AIMIM chief approached the Muslim citizens to join together and said, “When Thakurs, Brahmins, Yadavs, Kurmis can become solid by joining together, for what reason right?”
He further hit out at the BJP government and considered them liable for the backwardness and joblessness of the Muslim people group.
He said, “Today the Ansari people group and Qureshi people group are nearly ruin in UP. The public authority has left them jobless. Meat shops of the Qureshi people group were locked. Butcher houses have shut. The pay of weavers has diminished. The public authority is simply imagining. No work has been done for this general public.”
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