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Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi has hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the interview he gave to Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar. Taking a dig, Owaisi said Modi brought in an actor to interview him at his residence after television anchors failed to meet his expectations.

“Because TV anchors were not acting well, Modi said I will bring in a better actor. He brought in a better actor. And what question does the actor asks: Aap aam kaat kar khate ho ya choos kar khate hain? Yeh koi sawaal hai? Arre deewane tereko aam khana nahin aata aur puch raha hai kaat ke khate hain ya choos ke khate hain. Aam mila toh khana padta hai usko,” Owaisi said at a public meeting on Friday.

The firebrand Hyderabad MP then advised that the actor be made an anchor on NaMo TV. “Isko ab NaMo TV ka anchor bana do. Yeh koi Prime Minister hai! Kya baat hai,” Owaisi asked.

The AIMIM chief said people are dying in the country and youngsters were troubled. “Modi had promised two crore jobs but have anyone of you got the job?” he asked from the crowd at the meeting.

Owaisi further slammed the PM over the issue of farmers suicide and unemployment. “He (Modi) called the actor to his home, and got himself interviewed in the lush green gardens, with peacocks singing and cooing in the background.

“In the interview he claims that he doesn’t sleep for more than four hours in a day. If that was the case, why are farmers committing suicide? Why were 50 kg of explosives found in Pulwama? How come two crore youths are still unemployed?,” the AIMIM leader said.

It may be noted that Akshay Kumar earlier this week took a ‘non-political’ interview of the PM for news agency ANI. The interview has become the talking point in the midst of election campaigning.
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