Since the violence in Up , Baba’s bulldozer has been wreaking havoc on the accused. But All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi seems to be angry over this. Owaisi has spoken against this action on social media.
Bulldozer action UP: Since the violence in Uttar Pradesh, Baba’s bulldozer is continuously wreaking havoc on the accused. But All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi seems to be angry over this. Owaisi has spoken against this action on social media. In which Owaisi has targeted the different attitude of the government on the arrested accused Afreen Fatima and Teni’s son.
- Question about Teni’s son
Owaisi has made two tweets in this matter. He wrote, “Standing with Afreen Fatima and her family, the question is that Teni’s son is accused of killing 5 people. SC has canceled his bail. But why is his home safe? Yeti and his companions are roaming freely. Custodial cops are praised but being an outspoken Muslim is a crime.
- Targeting Yogi and Modi too
Even after this, Owaisi did not remain silent. He made a second tweet in which he has directly questioned the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath. He wrote here, ‘What happened to Modi and Yogi’s sympathy for Muslim women?’
- Question to the government regarding Nupur Sharma
On Saturday, Owaisi told reporters, ‘Nupur Sharma is not being arrested. According to the law, he should be arrested. He hasn’t been arrested for so many days. Why don’t you arrest him and take legal action against him? Who is stopping you?’
- Arrest Nupur as per law
The AIMIM chief said the BJP’s action of suspending him for violating the party’s constitution does not solve the issue and one should “think about the Indian Constitution as well.” He said, ‘Take action against Nupur Sharma, arrest him as per law. We demand that he be arrested and action should be taken against him as per law. Had the BJP been serious, it would have told them right away (that their statements were objectionable), but it took ten days to do so.