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Modi dodges issues faster than a cheetah: Owaisi

According to AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Wednesday, the Prime Minister is as quick as a cheetah when it comes to evading serious issues.

Earlier this week, the leader of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen came here to protest the court order in the Gyanvapi mosque-Shringar Gauri case and said it violated the 1991 Houses of Worship (Special Provisions) Act.

The UP government’s survey of madrassas has also been criticized by him.

The Hyderabad MP made the cheetah remark jokingly when reporters asked him about plans to reintroduce the fast big cat.

A bunch of cheetahs will be released into the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh on Modi’s birthday.

Owaisi said Modi “runs away from” issues like inflation and unemployment because he “moves faster” than a cheetah.

Modi leaves even the cheetah behind when it comes to unemployment.Modi ji is faster than a cheetah when it comes to China occupying our territory,” he said.Owaisi told him to go slow because he’s very quick on these matters. “Wo bolne mein bahut tez hain,” he said, implying that he can talk his way out of trouble.

“I’m saying all this in a lighter vein to avoid being sued under UAPA,” he said, referring to the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.In helicopters, the cheetahs will travel to their new home from Namibia’s capital Windhoek on a customised Boeing 747-400.

An AIMIM head has blasted a court order in Varanasi that rejected the Gyanvapi Masjid committee’s appeal questioning whether the petition for daily worship of deities enshrined on the mosque’s outer wall was maintainable.

“This verdict is a setback.” “It’ll open the door to other such matters and could create a destabilizing effect,” he said.

Regarding the government’s decision to survey madrassas run by private companies, Owaisi called it a “mini NRC”, referring to the National Register of Citizens controversy.

I don’t get it. Why are only unaided madrassas being surveyed?The RSS schools, as well as private and government schools, aren’t surveyed.” he asked.

The hijab row that erupted in Karnataka earlier this year led him to say, “I believe the hijab is a necessary religious practice for Muslims.” We’ve got a cultural right to it.Is the hijab not allowed in government schools if other religious symbols are” ? “If she’s wearing it on her head, she’s wearing it on her head.”I don’t understand why you want to stop a girl from wearing a hijab, he said.

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