CAA and farm laws; there will be agitations as PM Modi is not an emperor: Owaisi MP

Criticising the Narendra Modi government for its agricultural laws and the ongoing farmers’ protest, AIMIM supremo and MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday said that the Prime Minister Modi’s use of words such as ‘parasites’ and ‘Aandolan Jeevi’ is very similar to Hitler’s use of language.

“You are calling aandolan-jeevi and parasites. Hitler once described Jews as cockroach. I also want to say I am a proud aandolan-jeevi,” Owiaisi said in Lok Sabha.

Owaisi sarcastically pointed out that the BJP government was setting up ‘infrastructure’ at Delhi’s borders but not at the Indo-China border.

“We have set up infrastructure at Tikri and Singhu but not in Arunachal Pradesh. This makes it look like they (farmers) are the Chinese forces,” Owaisi said.

He added: “China has killed 20 of our jawans. India can’t patrol at PP4-PP8. On top of that China has also set up a village near the LAC in Arunachal Pradesh. However, the government doesn’t have the courage to tell them that they have done it.”

The vocal Hyderabad leader also raised the issues of the anti-CAA protests, fake encounter killings in Shopian and the BJP’s refusal to appeal the Babri Masjid criminal case judgement.

“In the past one year, there have been three riots in Delhi. There will be agitations as Narendra Modi is not an emperor. Those days are over,” Owaisi said.