“We Don’t Stand With Murders”: Owaisi On Honor Killing In Hyderabad

Asaddudin Owaisi

Hyderabad: All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday condemned the dishonour killing incident that took place in Saroornagar in Telangana. He said that as per constitution and Islam this is a “criminal act.” He said that accused have been arrested and we do not stand with murderers.

Addressing the public at state’s capital Hyderabad he said, , “We condemn the incident that took place in Saroornagar. The woman willingly decided to get married. Her brother doesn’t have any right to kill her husband. It’s a criminal act as per constitution & the worst crime as per Islam.”

“This incident is being given another colour since yesterday. Didn’t the police here arrest the accused immediately? They have arrested him. We do not stand with the murderers,” he added.

At the gathering he also spoke about communal violence at Jahangirpuri and Khargone. He said, “I want to say that whichever religious procession is taken out, there should be high resolution CCTV put up on the mosque and whenever there is a procession moving, then it should be live telecast on Facebook so that the world should know who is throwing stones.”

Earlier on Thursday, two relatives of Ashrin Sulthana alias Pallavi were arrested by police. They were arrested in connection of the murder of Billipuram Nagaraju.

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