AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi Hits Out At Amit Shah Over this

Lucknow: Ahead of the election announcement in UP, leaders are witnessing a war of words between each other. Now, AIMIM supremo Asaduddin Owaisi has taken a dig at Amit Shah's recent statement of offering prayers on the street. Recently, he lashed out and said, "Why Amit Shah is having stomach ache for those who pray on the streets. In Uttarakhand, Muslims offer prayers on the streets and make statements about it. I want to tell the Home Minister that if something happens to a Muslim while offering prayers, you will be responsible.''

In fact, last Sunday, AIMIM National President Asaduddin Owaisi lashed out at everyone from BJP to SP and BSP. He was busy addressing the exploited deprived society conference in a village in Saharanpur and said, "The Muslim community should no longer be misled by opportunistic parties like Congress, SP and BSP as these parties have used the Muslim vote only for their political gains. He further said, "Muslims have to create their own political leadership because the one who has the power is heard and he acquires his rights and rights. Unless Muslims elect their leaders with their votes, Muslims will have tears in their eyes and will continue to demand their rights from political parties.''

Let us also tell all of you that Owaisi addressed a public meeting in Saharanpur to increase his party's mass base in Uttar Pradesh. Earlier, Owaisi had also addressed the Exploited Bachit Samaj Sammelan in Meerut, Muzaffarnagar.

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