Allegations of BJP's Hatred towards Minorities by AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi

Allegations of BJP's Hatred towards Minorities by AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi

As per AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, the BJP has been accused of harboring animosity towards minorities, particularly Muslims, by omitting the term "minorities" from their manifesto and choosing to use "marginalised" instead. Owaisi criticized the BJP for excluding minorities from their narratives and stated that the high school dropout rates among Dalits and Muslims were being exacerbated intentionally by the ruling party.

Additionally, Owaisi raised concerns about the soaring unemployment levels in the country, attributing it to the lack of job opportunities and the growing prejudice against minorities. He urged voters to consider these pressing issues before casting their votes in elections, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding the Constitution amidst what he perceives as a threat to its principles. Furthermore, Owaisi highlighted discrepancies in the BJP's discourse, noting the party's focus on economic growth metrics like becoming the third-largest economy without addressing concerns related to per capita income.

Moreover, Owaisi mentioned the alliance between AIMIM and Anupriya Patel's Apna Dal (K) in Uttar Pradesh, expressing the party's support for Prakash Ambedkar in Akola and Anand Ambedkar in Amaravati, Maharashtra. Despite facing obstacles in forming alliances due to differing political affiliations, Owaisi hinted at potential collaborations with parties like AIADMK in Tamil Nadu, particularly since the party had distanced itself from the NDA and opposed contentious legislations like CAA and NRC. Owaisi anticipated a strong showing by AIMIM and their allies in upcoming state and national elections, particularly in regions where minority rights and social welfare issues are significant factors.