Asaduddin Owaisi responds to PM Modi's speech...

Prime minister Narendra Modi came under fire on monday from asaduddin owaisi of the AIMIM for misrepresenting Muslims in his speech the previous day, according to news agency PTI. "I may be taunted for having six children," asaduddin owaisi stated at an election rally in the Purnea region of Bihar. However, what about Modi, who was raised in a huge family, and his party associates, amit shah and ravi shankar Prasad, who each have six siblings?

During a sunday rally in Banswara, Rajasthan, Modi attacked the congress manifesto, accusing the opposition party of stealing people's valuables and hard-earned money to give to "those who have more children" and "infiltrators." Modi also brought up former prime minister Manmohan Singh's 2006 speech, claiming he had stated that Muslims have the "first claim" on the nation's resources. asaduddin owaisi declared that he wished to analyze Modi's address "post mortem."Muslims, according to Modi, have more children. It is untrue. Official data indicates that the community's fertility rate has decreased to 2.36 percent. The Hyderabad MP stated at the rally, "Yet, admittedly, the fertility rate is lower among our Hindu brethren.

Modi's comments against Banswara, according to Owaisi, were "divisive.""If we follow Modi's reasoning, even though these states contribute more to the GDP than the north, the southern states might become restless over having fewer Members of Parliament," Owaisi stated. The AIMIM chief also denounced the PM's use of the term "ghuspaithiye" (infiltrators), calling it a "insult" to the people of the Seemanchal region of Bihar, which is near Bangladesh and Nepal. He also said that the government has consistently refused to provide information on illegal immigrants in Parliament.

Additionally, Owaisi declared, "The prime minister embraces his counterparts in places like dubai with warm embraces and greetings of Ya Habibi (my dear) while engaging in dog-whistling against Muslims in his own country." It has been announced that the AIMIM will run for more than a dozen seats in Bihar. Akhtarul Iman, the state unit chairman and mla representing the predominantly Muslim Kishanganj constituency, which includes sections of Purnea, is involved in the conflict.


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