All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen president and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi condemned the political parties including Congress, NCP, Shiv Sena and BJP describing them as slaves of electoral bonds. However, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen is the party serving for the cause of poor people. The party MP Imtiyaz Jaleel in his tenure of five years has raised the voice of farmers, Maratha, Dhangar and Muslim reservation without any discrimination. Hence voters should again choose him as their representative to strengthen the voice of poor people, Owaisi said. 

Asaduddin Owaisi was speaking during the public meeting organised a the Mustafa Park area in the town on Monday in support of the party candidate Imtiyaz Jaleel. State working president Dr Gaffar Quadari, district president Sameer Sajid, district president of the youth wing Munshi Patel,  and other office bearers were


Owaisi came down heavily on Modi government's law enforcement of tripal talaq, CAA acts saying that two MPs had opposed the enforcement of these laws during Parliament session in front of PM because these laws are harmful to Adivasis and other communities because they cannot provide the necessary documents. He also slammed BJP for being the highest beneficiary of the electoral bonds Rs. 6000 crore and other parties. He said these parties have sold themselves. However Majlis is the only party which could not be purchased.  Owaisi also criticised Modi government over the issues of farmers suicide, unemployment and inflation. 

Jaleel said that the people have refused Amit Shah's appeal to send lotus to Delhi that is why the party BJP seems to have decided to give the candidature to Shinde-led Sena. Why Mahayuti has not yet declared its candidates, Jaleel asked. 

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