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Asaduddin Owaisi: It’s Bharat Political Marriage Act

Published Jan 21, 2020, 1:14 am IST
Updated Jan 21, 2020, 1:14 am IST
Owaisi alleges TRS-Congress-BJP tie-up for civic polls.
Asaduddin Owaisi.
 Asaduddin Owaisi.

ADILABAD: MIM president Asaduddin Owaisi has coined the term ‘Bharat Political Marriage Act’ to refer to the alliance between the Nationalist Congress Party, the Congress and the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, which formed the government after the Assembly elections.    

He said opportunistic political alliances have been made in Maharashtra and all three parties are working against the MIM for their selfish political gains.   


Mr Owaisi said the Congress has brought in this ‘new Act’ and got into a marriage with the Shiv  Sena to form government. “The BJP broke its relations with the Shiv Sena by saying talaq, talaq, talaq, while the NCP has done chouthi (a marriage ritual),” he said, making a reference to the banned practice of instant triple talaq.      

He said the same is in the making in the Nirmal municipal elections with the TRS, Congress, and the BJP. These unholy alliances are against MIM, to stop it from spreading its wings, he alleged.


Addressing a public meeting in Nirmal late Sunday night, Mr Owaisi said he had an audio recording. If needed, the audio will appear in the public domain, he said. The audio is supposed to be of a conversation between TRS, Congress and BJP leaders who are discussing how to defeat the MIM in Nirmal.

Mr Owaisi said, “manam manam okkati (we all are one despite affiliation to different political parties)” type politics is going on in the Nirmal elections and added that the MIM will have an impact in 30 wards.

He said the TRS, BJP and Congress were not happy with the MIM which is spreading its wings and getting a foothold in other areas and exposing their ‘money politics’ in the last Assembly elections for the Nirmal Assembly seat.


He said the National Register of Citizens will become a ‘financial burden’ on the poor of this country and will give scope for huge corruption in getting required documents as proof.

Mr Owaisi said even rich and highly educated people don’t have birth certificates which are essential to get Indian citizenship under the NRC.

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