Owaisi attacks Yogi: India is my father's country, no one can force me to flee
: AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi, known for his sarcastic remarks and mercurial speeches is an angry man. He is angry with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath. Owaisi was reacting to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's comment that if BJP comes to power in the Telangana, Owaisi will have to flee
New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Dec 3: AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi, known for his sarcastic remarks and mercurial speeches is an angry man. He is angry with Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath. Owaisi was reacting to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's comment that if BJP comes to power in the Telangana, Owaisi will have to flee."India is my father's country. Nobody can force me flee," roared AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi.
Speaking at an election rally of the Bharatiya Janata Party earlier at Tandur, Adityanath had said that if his party comes to power in Telangana, Owaisi will flee the way Nizams had to flee Hyderabad."It is my religious belief that Prophet Adam, when he descended on the Earth from Paradise, came to India. Thus India is my father's country and nobody can force me flee," the Hyderabad MP told an election rally.
Owaisi said the Uttar Pradesh chief minister was ignorant of the history as Nizams did not flee Hyderabad."Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan did not flee Hyderabad. He was made 'Raj Pramukh' and when there was war with China, he offered his gold to India," he said.The MP said he would not be scared by such threats and propaganda. "This is only Yogi's speech but the language and mentality is of Prime Minister Narendra Modi," he said.Owaisi said Yogi should speak like a chief minister and uphold the dignity of the office he is holding. He suggested that the Uttar Pradesh chief minister should first take care of his constituency where 150 children die of encephalitis every year.Her Instagram post read: "I'm on my way back to where my heart is. It's a feeling I can't describe in words but I'm going to try - it's the joy to see my family and friends again, the excitement to do what I love and mainly the gratitude for the journey I've had up until this moment."The fight is not yet over... but I'm happy and looking forward to this happy interval."
For Sonali, who has spent the tumultuous time with a smile on her face, "it's time to learn that there is a new normal out there and I can't wait to embrace it and switch on the sunshine".Sonali announced earlier this year that she was diagnosed with a high grade metastatic cancer. A mother of one, she said her family and close friends have provided her the best support system.With Agencies