AIMIM corporator Sayyed Mateen Rashid was seen being beaten up with footwear and kicked by some corporators, including a few women.
Urging the government to introduce a law to this effect, Owaisi suggested a punishment with three-year jail term to any person who says this. The AIMIM President spoke to the media after the Lok Sabha session on Tuesday.
Owaisi was addressing the rally around 10:00 pm in Nagpada when a shoe was hurled at him, sources said. While the man who had thrown the shoe was taken into custody, Owaisi, who was unfazed, did not stop his speech.
Owaisi said the “responsibility” now lies with the Prime Minister himself “that because of his wrong policies, the economy is going down”.
“Masjids can be managed by Shia, Sunni, Barelvi, Sufi, Deobandi, Salafi, Bohri but they are not owners ALLAH is the owner even AIMPLB (All India Muslim Personal Law Board) cannot give,” Owaisi posted on social networking site Twitter on Sunday.
AIMIM said if the state government failed to act, then all party workers here would boycott Eid celebrations and observe a protest on the day by wearing black badges
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi was addressing an election meeting at Kairana in neighbouring Shamli district
In the picture, top leaders of the BSP, Congress, SP and AIMIM have been depicted as Kauravas, indulging in ‘cheer haran’ of Uttar Pradesh, which takes on the character of Draupadi.
To spread awareness about UPA’s flagship schemes in the state, Congress has asked each district to start a mass contact campaign from April 1.
Owaisi said Muslims have made big sacrifices for the country and their patriotism could not be “questioned” just for the sake of a slogan.
In Gujarat, Congress members have been supporting a group which was on a hunger fast demanding that cow be declared the national animal.
“I think, on a more careful reflection, the assembly should not have suspended the MLA, that’s my opinion,” Chidambaram said at the Express Adda in Mumbai Friday.
The complaint was filed before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Munish Markan and it would come up for hearing on March 22.
‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ and ‘Jai Hind’ slogans emerged during India’s freedom struggle. Both are reverential. Yet, both are markedly different.
“If someone says he/ she does not want to chant ‘Bharat Mata ki jai’ at all, you are not allowing others also to chant the slogan… If anybody says so, he is anti-national,” said Hosabale.