Asaduddin Owaisi, who is preparing for the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, is seen touring UP continuously. During his address, he is fiercely targeting PM Narendra Modi and CM Yogi Adityanath.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, while targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a rally in Uttar Pradesh, said, as soon as the PM returned from America tour, he went to see the new building of Parliament, but when people were dying of corona in UP, they were not in water. Was swimming then did not come to see.
Owaisi said It is a matter of regret that when he went on a tour of America and he is very angry about this, we also have the same displeasure that when he went to the White House of America and when he got down from the car, Joe Wyden was not seen there. . “US President Joe Wyden did not come out to welcome our prime minister,” he said. The warden who was sitting inside, where our PM had to go and meet him.
Targeting PM Modi, he said, PM visits AmericaAs soon as India landed from Ray.. at 8:45 in the night new building of parliament And after going there, he stared very carefully and saw how big the building was becoming. What is being done, talked to the workers working on the Parliament building there.
He asked the question to PM Modi, we want to ask him that when the dead bodies of poor people were floating in the water in Uttar Pradesh…when the hospitals of UP were not getting beds for treatment..When the poor were suffocating in UP. was dying… the prime minister didn’t come here to see what’s going on? How’s it going? He said, to see a Parliament building, the PM takes his cameraman with him. Tell them where were they when lakhs of people died due to Kovid outbreak in UP?
He spoke about the Panchayat elections held in Uttar Pradesh. BJP government Taking a jibe, he said, elections were conducted during the outbreak of Corona. In which many people were killed. He asked, is this development? For information, let us know Owaisi preparing for Uttar Pradesh assembly elections He is constantly on tour to UP. His party will contest on 100 seats in the coming assembly elections.