Is This Father’s Property? Owaisi To PM Modi 

Asaduddin Owaisi And Narendra Modi - Sakshi Post

AIMIM chif Asaduddin Owaisi who was in the eye of storm for his beef biryani remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the Pulwama terror attack isn't willing to give up yet. He has targeted the PM again and this time he has switched to Gujarati delicacy Dhokla.

Taking a dig at PM Modi's #VoteKar Campaign urging voters to take active part in the upcoming elections, the Hyderabad MP said: "I request everyone to cast vote for AIMIM and increase the voting percentage."

It's worth mentioning that Modi has been roping in celebrities to encourage their fans to vote in large numbers. PM Modi's tweet count in half hour touched 16.

Owaisi said: "Two days ago, I said that in Pulwama a suicide bomber attacked our forces, will PM Modi take responsibility? I said was he sleeping after eating beef biryani.

On social media, PM's followers are saying that he doesn't eat non-veg. I don't know if he eats veg or non-veg. Now I will say that he slept after eating dokla, idli or vegetable biryani."

Making fun of the merchandise of the BJP in the wake of elections, Owaisi said: "All businessmen are feeling harassed with GST and he (PM Modi) is selling T-shirts...kya Chowkidar hai... Jet Airways has sunk and Chowkidar is forcing banks give Rs. 1500 crore to the airline...In the name of 'Make in India' thousands of factories are being shut down... can loans not be given to them?"

Referring to the Jet Airways crisis, Owaisi said: "You can't give Rs. 1,500 crore just like that because it is public money. Is this your baap ki jagir (father's property)."

The Hyderabad lawmaker also targeted Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for calling Congress candidate Imran Masood a relative of Pakistani terrorist Masood Azhar.

At a rally in UP on Sunday, Yogi Adityanath had linked the Congress candidate to terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed's chief Masood Azhar.

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