All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi objected to the Telangana High Court's interference in the lockdown decision matters. 

Reacting over the imposition of lockdown, he said, "If need be, the government should seek recourse from the apex court. The Chief Minister on record assured that there would be no lockdown. It's concerning that, due to judicial overreach, the government had to walk back on this assurance. Courts interfering in health policy is a worrying sign. Constitutionally and practically, elected state governments are best placed to take these decisions".

Expressing concerns over poor people after the lockdown announced by the Telangana government , the Hyderabad MP said on Twitter that the lockdowns caused severe loss of livelihood and put many at risk and requested CM K Chandrashekar Rao not to forget Telangana's poor and ensure that they received maximum support from the government for being forced to stay at home. 

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