Taking a dig at the BJP for deploying its biggest leaders for a mere municipal election in Hyderabad, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has mentioned “the one particular person left to campaign within the metropolis was US President Donald Trump”.
Addressing a public rally at Hyderabad’s Langer Home on Saturday, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief mentioned it did not appear like a Hyderabad election anymore, but one to elect a Prime Minister.
“The Hyderabad election has been handled in such a method that it appears Hyderabad’s persons are going to choose a brand new wazir-e-Azam (Prime Minister). Somebody calls me Jinnah…some say garbage issues and lie,” Mr. Owaisi mentioned.
“The BJP is calling its large ministers and Chief Ministers. Now solely Donald Trump is left to campaign for Hyderabad’s municipal elections. You name him, too, but nothing will matter. Inshallah, Majlis (AIMIM) will succeed,” he mentioned.
The BJP has been parading all its prime weapons, from celebration nationwide JP Nadda to Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath, to campaign for the Better Hyderabad Municipal Company Election scheduled for December 1. Even Union Residence Minister Amit Shah is scheduled to attend varied poll-related programs within the metropolis in the present day.
Final Thursday, Mr. Owaisi even challenged Prime Minister Modi to campaign for the elections to see what number of seats his celebration, the BJP, wins.
The campaign has additionally turned fairly vitriolic in the past few weeks, with the town police even having to intervene and warn politicians towards communally delicate speeches.
As an illustration, BJP state President, Bandi Sanjay, recently threatened a “surgical strike to flush out Rohingya and Pakistanis” in Hyderabad. Bengaluru South MP, Tejaswi Surya, known as his Hyderabad counterpart, Asaduddin Owaisi, a “trendy Mohammed Ali Jinnah”. These utterances have been roundly denounced by the TRS, the Congress, and Mr. Owaisi-led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.
In his half, Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekhar Rao has appealed to Hyderabad’s voters to maintain “divisive forces” away and select “progressive events”.