All-India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday challenged the BJP by way of saying, ‘Not in the ancient basti, If you have the guts, do surgical strikes in China’. Speaking at a assembly equipped in Sangareddy, Owaisi lashed out at BJP nation chief Bandi Sanjay and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Asaduddin Owaisi once more referred to Bandi Sanjay’s feedback in 2020 at some stage in the GHMC elections. Sanjay alleged that MIM is attempting to win with the votes of Rohingyas, Pakistanis and unlawful immigrants from Afghanistan in Hyderabad.
They stated that they will do surgical strikes in the historical city as quickly as they win. Owaisi has these days given every other counter on these comments. Not in the ancient city, he challenged to do surgical strikes in China.
Similarly, Owaisi recalled the remarks made by using Union Home Minister and senior BJP chief Amit Shah at the BJP Sankals Sabha held in Chevella on April 23 this year. At that time, Amit Shah commented that the steerage of the Telangana authorities is in the fingers of the All-India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief. ‘If the steerage of the authorities is in my hands, why do you experience pain?’ Owaisi asked. Owaisi denied that the authorities is sanctioning crores of rupees for the building and reconstruction of temples, and if the steerage is in my fingers then why the pain.