Muslims and AIMIM party not related, says Kishan Reddy  11/22/2020 10:54:25 

Hitting out at the AIMIM, Union Minister G. Kishan Reddy on Sunday alleged that the Asaduddin Owaisi-led party was family-run and has no relations with Muslims.

Seeking votes for BJP for overall development in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation polls, Kishan Reddy charged the MIM with having a history of harassing poor Muslims and grabbing their assets using mafia.

As far as Majlis party ( AIMIM) is concerned, BJP is very clear (in its stand). There is no relation between the Majlis party and Muslims. Muslims brothers are different and the Majlis party is different.

The Majlis Party harasses thousands of Muslims in Hyderabad. It encroached properties of thousands of Muslims using mafia gangs and settlements, Mr. Reddy told reporters in meet the press.

He further alleged that BJP sees MIM as a political party which inherited the ideology of Razakars-private militia organised by Qasim Razvi during the rule of Nizam and supported terror activities by extending financial and legal aid to some of them.

He said if BJP was voted to power in the GHMC polls, the city will witness overall development across all areas.

Slamming the TRS for failing to keep its poll promises such as two bedroom houses for the weaker sections, the Minister of State for Home asked people to demand the ruling party candidates to show them their houses.

Mr. Reddy also claimed that the L&T Metro rail cost was overrun by 3500 crore due to delays caused by the K. Chandrashekhar Raos government.

Works of the metro rail began much before Mr. Rao took over as CM of the state.

Blaming the poor conditions of civic infrastructure in the city, Mr. Reddy said about six lakh houses were inundated and 15 lakh people were affected during the heavy rains that lashed out the city last month.

GHMC polls are scheduled to be held on December 1 and the counting will take place on December 4.

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