Owaisi compared India with Sri Lanka, said- one day will come, when people will enter PM’s residence and sit

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has said that the way people had entered the President’s residence in Sri Lanka, similarly people in India will one day enter the Prime Minister’s residence and sit. Owaisi said that this situation in Sri Lanka happened because the government there did not address the issue of unemployment, inflation. In India too people are now taking to the streets. From the protest against the Agniveer scheme to the farmers’ movement, people’s trust in the leaders is decreasing.

Speaking at ‘Talk Journalism’ in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Owaisi said, ‘People have come out on the road on issues like CAA, Kisan Bill, Agniveer. See, one day as people in Sri Lanka were sitting inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan, in the same way, they will enter the PM House and say that we have not been given a job. I don’t want that, otherwise UAPA will be imposed on me tomorrow.’ During this, Owaisi did not even answer the question whether PFI should be banned in the country.

Owaisi said this on Udaipur incident

Owaisi also alleged that for the past few years the executive was trying to weaken the legislature in Parliament, thereby reducing the scope for debate. Owaisi said, 14 bills were introduced in the monsoon session of Parliament and were also passed in a few minutes. Parliament meets only 60-65 days in a year, so how will we raise the issues of the people. On the question of the Udaipur incident, Owaisi said, “We have condemned the incident and we believe that when Kanhaiyalal had given a complaint to the police, the police should have acted.” If action had been taken at that time, this incident would not have happened.

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