All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) Chief Asaduddin Owaisi has fiercely targeted the BJP, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) amid the political rhetoric in view of the upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat. At the same time, Asaduddin Owaisi also said that Congress MP Rahul Gandhi does not seem to be PM material.
Participating in a program of Aaj Tak regarding Gujarat Assembly Elections 2022, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi said that only Smriti Irani can speak well on Rahul Gandhi. She is more educated. Owaisi said that we do not want to become PM and CM.
AIMIM chief also said that even Mamata Banerjee and Kejriwal cannot stand in front of PM Modi. A time will come that the people will remove Narendra Modi and that will be the only option. Owaisi said that BJP will collapse as soon as PM Modi leaves. On the question of PM Modi’s successive victory, Owaisi said that if a politician will say that I have become God, then the public does not delay in dusting him.
Along with this, Owaisi said that minorities are being suppressed in the country. As soon as the elections come near, political parties cry out for secularism. But, after that he hesitates to take the name. He said that the condition of the Congress cannot even be described. Owaisi said that in today’s time the credibility of the Congress has ended. After being elected as an MLA on a Congress party ticket, he joins the BJP.
While targeting Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, AIMIM Chief said that the national convener of Aam Aadmi Party is now following in the footsteps of PM Modi and doing politics of Hindutva. Owaisi said that Kejriwal will no longer speak on Common Civil Code and does not raise the issue of Bilkis Bano.
About his Party’s performance in Gujarat Election, Owaisi said that these people are active at the time of elections and ask for votes. But, after losing it is not visible. That is why we have decided to contest elections in Gujarat. Owaisi said that we will try to win elections on every seat in Gujarat. I have full faith and we will get good seats in Gujarat.