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Asaduddin Owaisi says Sri Lankan proverb says that one day people may break into the prime minister’s house


AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi said that the way people entered the residence of the President in Sri Lanka, likewise, people in India will one day enter the residence of the Prime Minister and sit down. Al-Owaisi said that this situation in Sri Lanka occurred because the government there did not address the issue of unemployment and inflation. In India, too, people are taking to the streets now. From protesting the Agnifer scheme to the farmers’ movement, people’s trust in leaders is waning.

Speaking at “Talk Journalism” in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Owaisi said, “People have gone out on the road on issues like CAA, Kisan Bill, Agniveer. Look, one day while people in Sri Lanka were sitting inside Rashtrapati Bhavan, in the same way, they would enter a house PM and they say we didn’t get a job. I don’t want that, otherwise UAPA will be imposed on me tomorrow. During that, Al-Owaisi didn’t even reply to the question if PFI should be banned in the country.

This is what Al-Owaisi said about the Udaipur incident
Owesi also claimed that the executive branch has been trying over the past few years to weaken the legislature in Parliament, thus reducing the scope for debate. Al-Owaisi said, 14 bills were introduced in the seasonal parliament session and were also passed in a few minutes. Parliament meets only 60 to 65 days a year, so how do we bring up the people’s issues. On the issue of the Udaipur incident, Al-Owaisi said, “We have denounced the incident and believe that when Kanhayal filed a police complaint, the police should have acted.” If action had been taken at that time, this incident would not have happened.

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