Barrister Asaduddin Owaisi All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief and Hyderabad MP highlighted the gutting of a historic madrasa in the Bihar state. He slammed the Bihar government for the recent communal violence in the state and failure to protect life and property. 
The issue is not only of harmony. The government is yours, it is yours responsibility to protect everyone's life and property. Tarikhi Madrasa Azizia was burnt. We saw the burnt pages of Quran Sharif. Will you or uncle go there? Will the government take responsibility for the repairs? Or is it the fear of losing the vote of others ? Owaisi tweeted in Hindi while replying to Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on the social media platform. 

Barrister Owaisi questions whether the government will work or is scared for losing the vote by becoming quiet. 

On March 31, during the Ram Navami rally, a Hindutva mob set fire to Madrasa Azizia, the oldest madrasa and library in Bihar Sharif in Nalanda district of Bihar. The madrasa, according to reports, contained more than 4,500 books that were destroyed in the fire.

Meanwhile, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen state president in Bihar Akhtarul Iman slammed the Nitish

Kumar-led-Mahagatbandhan government over violence during Ram Navami and alleged that minorities were not safe in Bihar. He said minorities were being made a part of the political experiment across the country. Iman's statement came after Opposition MLAs protested in the state Assembly against the government for failing to curb violence in Sasaram and Bihar Sharif. 

Iman said anti-minority slogans were raised everywhere and efforts were made to create an atmosphere of terror for the past few days. The miscreants crossed all limits in Nalanda where madrassas and religious texts were burnt in front of the police on March 31. The police failed to act and violence was repeated on April 1. There was also an attempt to disturb harmony in the mosque of Murarpur, ten meters away from Laheri police station, said Iman. 

BJP understands that if minority's blood is shed, then there will be unity in the communal Hindu vote. Thus, BJP organizations incited communal violence, he  said. Iman alleged that chief minister Nitish Kumar and deputy CM Tejashwi Yadav speak about zero tolerance but when needed, the government failed to act. Shops and vehicles were torched in front  of the police, he added. 

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