He also announced that the AIMIM will be contesting the upcoming Assembly elections in Rajasthan.
AIMIM president says that common people were harassed during Congress regime
Owaisi was of the view that there was no possibility of the BJP taking action against its MP.
Addressing a public meeting at Eidgah Hilali in Masab Tank, after taking out a “Tiranga Rally” during the National Integration Day celebrations, Owaisi said that history shouldn’t be forgotten.
Owaisi further accused Union Home Minister Amit Shah of having "lied" that the merger of the princely state of Hyderabad with the Indian Union had taken place without bloodshed.
He said that AIMIM will be organising its Hyderabad Integration Day rally from Dargah Yousufain to Hilali Edgah at Masab Tank for the second successive year on Sunday.
He said that AIMIM will be organising its Hyderabad Integration Day rally from Dargah Yousufain to Hilali Edgah at Masab Tank for the second successive year.
In the last elections too, the AIMIM supported Gangula Kamalakar and helped him win with a thumping majority.
Addressing the gathering, Revanth asked Owaisi whether he was telling Muslims not to vote for the Congress because the party had given 4 per cent reservations to the community.
The government on Thursday announced a "special session" of Parliament for five days between September 18 and 22 but kept the agenda for it under wraps, triggering speculation.
A team has found that the act was a violation of the model code of conduct and an attempt to disturb communal harmony ahead of Dumri by-elections.
Owaisi, a participant in the inauguration of a mosque in the State secretariat complex, lauded the BRS government for fostering unity and tranquillity across various sections of society.
Owaisi drew a parallel with the razing down of about 750 shops of Muslims in Nuh of Haryana and stone pelting at his residence.
A senior police officer said that no stone or any other such thing was found in the vicinity of the broken glasses.
Hyderabad MP and AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday reminded the ruling BJP of the “liberty of conscience” as enshrined in the Constitution.
ASI survey began on Friday amid tight security, following Allahabad High Court's order, which allowed the ASI to conduct the survey, to determine if the mosque was built on a pre-existing temple.
The UP Chief Minister had said that the Muslim society needed to come forward with a proposal for a solution by accepting that there has been a historic mistake done with respect to Gyanvapi mosque.
The meeting resolved to put up a strong fight against the government to ensure that all the eligible beneficiaries receive Dalit Bandhu benefits.
Iman said that AIMIM had not been included in the anti-BJP front even as his party was so vocal against it.
The Chief Minister made it clear that his party will stall the bill as, if passed, it would destroy India’s ethos of unity in diversity.