Bharuch: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday asked Top Minister Narendra Modi to ask protesting farmers to his build indulge in he had hosted then US president Barack Obama, and repeal the fresh farm licensed guidelines.
Addressing a rally for upcoming polls to local our bodies in Gujarat, the Hyderabad MP also talked about that the high minister ought to be “huge-hearted” and “realize concern” of the farmers, who enjoy been protesting at borders of Delhi over the closing two months annoying the repeal of the agri legislations.
Owaisi-led All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen is contesting maiden elections in Gujarat — in Ahmedabad and Bharuch — in alliance with the Bhartiya Tribal Celebration (BTP).
“The manner the farmers are being treated is now not marvelous. It is miles depraved. The Top Minister ought to ask the farmers to his build indulge in he had supplied tea to (then US President) Barack Obama with his hold hand (in 2015), which is okay as he became as soon as our customer. We assign aside a matter to of the PM to ask the farmers, provide them tea and biscuits and repeat them the (agri advertising) licensed guidelines are being repealed, and that they ought to feel free,” Owaisi
Owaisi talked about the PM ought to enjoy the jam of agriculturists who feed the country, if he claims to enjoy risen from poverty.
“When a bad person weeps out of helplessness, then nature tells us to support the bad, but these that haven’t any sympathy for the bad, they proceed to be unaffected by tears of the bad. We are with farmers, they are our ‘annadatas‘, they work onerous to to find us meals,” he talked about.
Taking a dig, Owaisi talked about the huge train by farmers has “shy Modi’s sleep”.
“They came out in thousands, shouted slogans, and took out a tractor rally in Delhi (on 26 January). The BJP, with 300 MPs, is afflicted about easy primarily the most attention-grabbing technique to kind out farmers,” he talked about.
With BTP leader Chhotu Vasava by his facet, Owaisi made a formidable pitch for the solidarity among tribals, Muslims, Dalits and OBCs in Gujarat.