If he applies makeup twice during the day, then changes clothes thrice. This is our prime minister.
AIMIM Chandrayangutta MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi took on Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s announcement of the proposed Minimum Income Scheme and termed it as an eyewash.
Akbaruddin Owaisi had won from the Chandrayangutta Assembly seat in the last year's assembly polls in Telangana.
AIMIM Chandrayangutta MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi on Friday indicated that he is open to contest from the Aurangabad Lok Sabha seat or any other seats in the upcoming General Elections.
In probability, this will be the last time Akbaruddin will be donning the role of AIMIM’s floor leader as he has already announced that will not be contesting the elections in the future.
If Marathas can get reservation in Maharashtra, why can’t the Muslims in Telangana, ask Owaisi brothers
Addressing several public meetings on Monday, the AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and Chandrayangutta candidate Akbaruddin Owaisi lashed out at Congress, TDP and the BJP.
The party’s floor leader in the State Legislative Assembly also slammed those who criticises him saying that he contested elections for his own interests.
Akbaruddin Owaisi’s health is stopping him from going on paidal dauras, but that shouldn’t be an issue for the AIMIM strongman.
To this day, the bullet remains lodged near his kidney as doctors warn its removal may affect his legs.
There are jobs in engineering colleges, MBA colleges and MCA colleges.
Kareem, an employee at a juice shop near the Owaisi Hospital, shrugged when the question of development came up.
Speaking at a public rally in Bandlaguda, Akbaruddin said that BJP and Congress are alike and that's the reason why they have kept the third front alive.
Asaduddin's brother Akbaruddin Owaisi is an All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen’s candidate from Chandrayangutta and the present floor leader in the State Legislative Assembly.
Hitting out at the ruling TRS for its alleged failures, he said the 'people's front' (comprising Congress, TDP, CPI and TJS) would come to power after the elections.
In the late 19th century, the Nizams brought the Yemenis to the city and they settled mainly in the Chandrayangutta and Barkas areas of the Old City.