Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi predicted an emphatic win for TRS and AIMIM in all 17 Lok Sabha seats in the State. The next government at the Centre cannot be formed without the support of regional parties like TRS and AIMIM, he asserted.

Speaking to media persons here on Sunday, the AIMIM president said that the BJP government at the Centre had failed to address issues of development, unemployment and security in the country, and added that people’s verdict will be against the BJP government. “I give a call to the people of Telangana to vote for TRS-AIMIM and help us put federalism to good use to address people’s issues,” he said, and reiterated that TRS-AIMIM will play a vital role in the next government formation as neither Congress nor BJP will get absolute majority.

The Hyderabad Parliament member also welcomed the ECI’s decision to conduct elections for both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on April 11 in the first phase, terming it as a level playing field for political parties in both the States. “It has become very important particularly in the wake of the data breach case of Andhra Pradesh,” he said.

He felt that YSR Congress president YS Jaganmohan Reddy will emerge victorious in both the Assembly and Parliament elections in Andhra Pradesh, winning more than 21 MP seats. He vowed to campaign on behalf of TRS in Telangana and also expressed his readiness to campaign for Jaganmohan Reddy in Andhra Pradesh whenever the latter invites him.

Regional parties are a necessity in the country as people need diversity in a democracy to represent them and their issues, asserted Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi. He was confident that regional parties will play a vital role in the formation of the next government at the Centre as none of the two major political parties are in a position to get absolute majority.

“It will be a win-win situation for people of both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. I am sure YSR Congress president YS Jaganmohan Reddy can do what Chandrababu Naidu could not achieve,” he said, participating in a Town Hall meeting ‘Talk with Asad’ organised as part of LEARN project initiated by him to interact with people at Birla Planetarium on Sunday.

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