AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi is often in the headlines, due to controversial statements, he remains in the discussion because of his hard-hitting statements, he lives because of politics, but now he has a tendency to get emotional during his speech. Because of this, they are becoming the reason for a lot of discussions. People are discussing why Asududdin Owaisi, the rich man of fanatic personality, cried, why did his tears spill? So let’s know the reason. Actually, this sentence of Owaisi sahib is from during the prayer of last Friday of Ramzaan in Hyderabad.
Owaisi was attacking BJP and was opposing the bulldozer’s action. Although this was not the first time that Asaduddin Owaisi sahib had cried. But these emotional moments were during Namaz in Hyderabad. When AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi got emotional after Namaz and cried during the speech. Owaisi mentioned Khargone violence. Said that efforts are being made to eradicate us, we will gear up, fearing Allah, we will fight these people.
#WATCH | AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi breaks down while addressing a gathering on the last Friday of Ramzan at Mecca Masjid in Hyderabad pic.twitter.com/GCTjQeU38R— ANI (@ANI) April 29, 2022
People are calling me and telling me about the atrocities being committed against them, their villages and shops are being demolished. One should not lose hope, there is no need to worry. We will face it with patience but will never destroy the house. He said that an attempt was made to eradicate us through crime, and houses were demolished in Khargone. He further said that it is also true that Muslims were persecuted in Jahangirpuri, and their shops were vandalized.
After this Owaisi said that do not lose courage. He challenged the opponents and said to the oppressors, I am not afraid of death. We are not afraid of your oppression. We are not afraid of death. We are not afraid of your rule. We will be patient, but will not leave the field. Owaisi alleged that a community is being targeted in the country. There have been many such incidents in his eyes, where the action was taken directly against a religion.
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