IndiaFight again if CAA law is not withdrawn: OIC warns federal government

Fight again if CAA law is not withdrawn: OIC warns federal government

AIMIM leader Assad Owaisi has warned the federal government that there will be a renewed struggle if the Citizenship Amendment Act is not repealed, as is the repeal of agricultural laws.

AIMIM party leader Asaduddin Owaisi attended a public meeting in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh yesterday. Then he spoke:

I urge the ruling BJP government in the middle to withdraw the Citizenship Amendment Act as it has decided to repeal the agricultural laws.

If the law is brought to NPR and NRC, get back on the road Struggle Let’s run, let’s create a Sahinbak here. I too will come here and engage in the struggle.

The farmers do not trust the central government and have said that the parliament will start and decide on the introduction of a bill to repeal the agricultural laws. ”

Meanwhile, AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi said in an interview in Lucknow: UP Our party has decided to contest 100 seats in the elections. We are in talks with some parties about the alliance and will let you know soon. Whether the alliance is formed or not we are sure to succeed. Our party is strong in Uttar Pradesh.

Thus Asasuddin Owaisi Said.

2017 UP Out of a total of 403 seats in the Assembly elections, the BJP won 312 seats, the Samajwadi Party 47 seats and the Bahujan Samaj 19 seats. The Congress party won 7 seats while other smaller parties and independents won. This time when the AIMIM party is contesting, the minority votes are likely to scatter. As a result, the minority votes available to the Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj and the Congress may decline.