Asaduddin Owaisi / 'You have lost one mosque, you will not let the other one be lost, this is your father's property?'- Owaisi

Zoom News : Feb 27, 2024, 09:50 AM
Asaduddin Owaisi: Hyderabad MP and AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi said in a harsh tone on Monday that we have lost one mosque but now we will not lose another mosque. Owaisi further asked the question, is this your father's property? On Monday (February 26, 2024), he said these things by tweeting through his social media account Twitter (X) handle. Tweeted. While sharing this video of 1 minute 31 seconds, Owaisi wrote in the caption of this video - Is the mosque your father's property? A mosque has been lost. We will not lose any more mosques. If Allah wills it.

Asaduddin Owaisi also made a strong attack on BJP, he further said in his tweet - You can make a deal with your houses but the mosque is the house of Allah and no deal can be done on it.

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In another tweet, Owaisi wrote - I challenge what you have achieved, you are sitting on the chair of Ikdiyar while our house was burnt.

Asududdin Owaisi raised questions on the abolition of Muslim Marriage Act in Assam and said that it is a step against religion. The BJP government in Assam has abolished the Muslim Marriage Act. Earlier, marriage registration was done through ‘Qazi’ or marriage registrar and people used to get marriage certificate, now they have removed it. Owaisi asked that there is no provision for 'Nikah' in the Special Marriage Act, which is a religious right of Muslims.

Those who do not know the meaning of UCC...

Asaduddin Owaisi also raised questions about the Uniform Civil Code and said that BJP and RSS are preparing people who do not know Shariat, "They (BJP) want to snatch Shariat from us. Targeting Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma. Taking a dig, Owaisi said - He is visiting Telangana and Hyderabad but he should first improve the condition of his state. Owaisi taunted that "those who talk about implementing UCC, do not even know its full form." Do you know. If every state is bringing its own law then what is the need for UCC?"