The MIM has started town hall-like meetings to interact with constituents during the election campaign. In a first of its kind interactive session organised by the Habeeb-e-Millat Political Research Centre at Salar-e-Millat auditorium, Owaisi Hospital, party floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi detailed his vision to develop his constituency.

Mr Owaisi said he would try to establish a housing board and industrial development corporation for the minorities. “Muslims are not getting their due in housing schemes of the government due to various reasons,” he said. Similarly, Muslims were not able to compete with others and were lagging in the industrial sector. He said the party had suggested that the government develop the area around the airport so that the Old City get the fruits of development.

The MIM legislator said the MIM, from its inception, was not only striving to uplift the Muslim community but also providing them a strong political platform.

He said the Owaisi Hospital & Research Centre was constructing a cancer research centre at an estimated cost of  Rs 100 crore and another Rs 100 crore would be spent on getting state of the art equipment.

Mr Owaisi said that he knew the pain of a dropout student which encouraged him to ensure that all students got an opportunity to continue their studies without any problem. He was providing not only free education, but also books and uniforms and all other facilities free of cost. He said his constituency had more flyovers than any other constituency.

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