Asaduddin Owaisi searching for re-election from the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency for a fourth time
Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) President Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday said his event stood by Hindu girls who were abandoned by their husbands.
“Majlis stood by our Hindu sisters who are sufferer to the cruel social corrupt of abandonment with out divorce,” tweeted Mr Owaisi.
It ensured construction of faculties, colleges & basthi dawakhanas. Majlis stood by our Hindu sisters who are sufferer to the cruel social corrupt of abandonment with out divorce
Majlis contests its elections on its story of 5 years, now not the demographics of Varanasi or Wayanad
– Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi)April 2, 2019
His comments came a day after High Minister Narendra Modi raked up the anxiousness of triple talaq at an election rally in Hyderabad.
PM Modi instructed the rally that he had to face criticism for bringing a invoice in Parliament to give protection to the country’s “sisters and daughters” from the “repressive custom” of triple talaq.
Mr Owaisi and his youthful brother Akbaruddin moreover hit encourage at PM Modi for calling MIM a ‘much bolt-breaker’ in the increase of the worn city of Hyderabad.
Addressing a public assembly Tuesday evening, Akbaruddin reminded PM Modi that the Defence Study and Development Organisation (DRDO) and other defence study laboratories working on India’s missile programme were located in the worn city.
He said the ‘chowkidar’ must know that the Anti-Satellite (A-SAT) missile successfully tested honest now not too lengthy ago turned into moreover developed in town.
Mr Owaisi, searching for re-election from the Hyderabad Lok Sabha constituency for a fourth time, on Tuesday tweeted in regards to the works undertaken by his event.
He said the MIM ensured the construction of faculties, colleges and hospitals.
“Majlis contests its elections on its story of 5 years, now not the demographics of Varanasi or Wayanad,” he said.
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