'One mosque has been lost, we will not lose another', owaisi says on Gyanvapi case

Ahmedabad: The political turmoil over the Gujarat assembly elections has intensified. Amidst all this, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi has made a statement that has remained in the discussion. He recently said, "In Gujarat, we will contest on good seats. He also said, "We will have success. We have good preparation. How many seats will you fight on? When there is a decision on that, our Gujarat President will tell you. He said all these things in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.


During this time, he i.e. Asaduddin Owaisi also raised the issue of the Gyanvapi Mosque. He said that the court's decision on the Babri Masjid has come, and now the issue of Gyanvapi issue has started. I am telling the government that we have lost one Babri Masjid, we will not lose another mosque at all. Apart from this, AIMIM chief Owaisi also said that Muslims are being misled. Muslims have always thought that it is a vote bank but there was never a Muslim vote bank in India, nor will it be in the future.


At the same time, he further said that India was a majority vote bank and always will be. During this time, he also asked that if we can change the regime, then why are the number of Muslims in Parliament less today. Apart from this, he also asked the public to tell when was the last time there was a Muslim MP from Gujarat. In this way, he tried to make a place among the people through his address.

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