Owaisi Slams Modi Hyderabad Not Livestock to Lease.

09-05-2024, THU

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Asaduddin Owaisi responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement on Wednesday, saying that the people of Hyderabad are not cattle and are the citizens of their country, not the property of political parties. He said that Congress and BRS had given Hyderabad “on lease” to AIMIM.


On Wednesday, Prime Minister Modi pointed a gun at the Congress and BRS, accusing them of having given Hyderabad to AIMIM on “lease” for all these years.

“When Modi visited Telangana, he announced that Owaisi had been granted a lease on the Hyderabad seat. Hyderabad’s citizens are not livestock. Political parties do not own us; we are citizens. Hyderabad has trusted AIMIM for forty years after defeating the poisonous ideology of Hindutva. “May God grant us the victory over Hindutva once more,” wrote Owaisi on X. He shifted the emphasis even more to election financing. “Modi is bonded to those who gave his party Rs 6,000 crore through electoral bonds,” Owaisi claimed in an attack on Prime Minister Modi. He has sold or leased India’s assets to his backers in exchange.”

“Modi placated them to such an extent that presently, 21 individuals own more wealth than the combined 70 crore Indians.” “His true parivar is those 21,” he continued.
The AIMIM chairman had expressed frustration to ANI, stating that AIMIM has been beating the BJP for forty years.

“We have been fighting the BJP for forty years… PM Modi came here in 2014 and 2019, yet AIMIM won…Please tell me where the money for the PM Care Funds is and which bank is holding the money from the electoral bonds.Inflation and unemployment are rising, and PM Modi wants to amend the constitution this year to remove reservations. He claims that we are infiltrators and that our daughters bear a large number of children, but this is untrue. Can a Muslim remove a Hindu woman’s “Mangalsutra”? The Prime Minister is not happy,” he continued.

PM Modi pointed a rifle at Congress and BRS during a rally in Karimnagar, Telangana, on Wednesday. He claimed that for years, Congress and BRS had given Hyderabad to AIMIM on “lease.”
“For the past many years, AIMIM has been leased Hyderabad by Congress and BRS. The BJP is the one that has dared to challenge the AIMIM for the first time. The BJP’s challenge is worrisome to Congress and BRS more than it is to AIMIM. Both are assisting AIMIM’s victory in Hyderabad,” he continued.

Asaduddin Owaisi, a four-time member of the Lok Sabha representing the Hyderabad constituency, will be up against Madhavi Latha. Notably, this is the first time a female candidate from the Hyderabad constituency has been put out by the BJP.
Asaduddin Owaisi, who has represented Hyderabad in the Lok Sabha for four terms since 2004, was twice elected as an MLA from the then-undivided state of Andhra Pradesh.

Before Owaisi, who was elected to the Lok Sabha for the first time in 2004, his father, Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi, had served as Hyderabad’s representative since 1984. All assembly seats in Hyderabad, with the exception of Goshamahal, are held by the AIMIM, with the exception of the Hyderabad Lok Sabha seat.

The seven assembly segments that make up the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency are Bahadurpura, Chandrayangutta, Charminar, Goshamahal, Karwan, Malakpet, and Yakatpura. As of right now, the AIMIM holds all assembly seats save Goshamahal.
The fourth phase of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 will take place on May 13 and will involve voting for all 17 seats in Telangana. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) won nine seats in the general election of 2019, followed by the Bharatiya Janata Party with four, the Congress with three, and AIMIM with one.

Out of the 17 seats up for grabs in Telangana, the BJP secured four seats—Secunderabad, Nizamabad, Karimnagar, and Adilabad—in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Voting in the Lok Sabha will take place in seven phases until June 1; results will be tallied on June 4.

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