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“Govt is oppressing students” alleges Owaisi over the recent attack on Jamia

Owaisi said, “I want to tell this government that we are with the students of Jamia. The central government is oppressing students

New Delhi: AIMIM supremo Asaduddin Owaisi launched a relentless attack against the BJP-led government over the multiple gun attacks in Delhi, days ahead of the Assembly elections in the national capital. On Monday the Member of Parliament from Hyderabad Owaisi, in the Lok Sabha proclaimed that the Opposition was standing in solidarity with the students of Jamia. He questioned if the government was left with any ‘shame’.

Owaisi said, “I want to tell this government that we are with the students of Jamia. The central government is oppressing students. Do they know one student who lost his eye? Daughters were beaten. They don’t have any shame? They are beating kids, they are firing bullets. Sack such a Vice-Chancellor.”

Congress leader Adhir Rajan Chowdhury also said the government can’t use the gun on common people to silent them.

Slogans of ‘Shame, Shame!’ were raised in the Lok Sabha, after Anurag Thakur began speaking. On Monday, the Opposition MPs raised ‘Goli Marna band Karo’ slogans in the Lok Sabha of the Parliament against senior BJP leader and Member of Parliament from Hamirpur Anurag Thakur in contrast to his controversial statements.

Highlighting Thakur’s speech, the Opposition leaders protested against the BJP leader’s ‘shoot the traitors’ statement by raising slogans. ¬†Days ahead of the Delhi Assembly Elections, ¬†Anurag Thakur was seen chanting inflammatory slogans in a BJP election rally in Delhi. Thakur was heard shouting ‘Desh ke gaddaron ko, goli maron salon ko’ means Shoot all traitors of the country while campaigning for the BJP candidate Manish Chaudhari for Rithala Assembly constituency.

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