When asked to show documents say I am an Indian said Owaisi at Hyderabad’s Tiranga march

Hyderabad:“If anyone from the government or the police asks for your Aadhar card, will you show it to them or not? Say that you are from India, and that’s enough,” said Hyderabad MP and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi. The barrister was addressing the massive crowd of protesters who had gathered at Shastripuram, after Tiranga rally against the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019.

Looking at the large mass of women protesters who had gathered, the Parliamentarian asked Prime Minister Modi to come to Hyderabad and witness women empowerment. “Modi, if you want to see women empowerment come here. All our sisters are here,” he said.
Addressing the women who had gathered, Owaisi said, “I have no words to thank those who have come all the way to be part of this protest.Our fight should not end with this rally. I urge each one of you to gather in mass numbers at Charminar on January 25th night and participate in flag hosting. We will celebrate the 25th night with poetry and talks. When the clock strikes 12, we will host the national flag and sing the Jana Gana Mana. And on January 30, the day Nathuram Godse assassinated Gandhi, we will form a human chain at 11 am from Mohammadi Line flour mill to Babughat”

Addressing lakhs of ardent protesters who stood beating the hot son Owaisi asked, “This mass shows that Hyderabad is against CAA.” He asked them, “Do you wish to keep India secular? Will you save the constitution of BR Ambedkar? Will you save the law?”
“We will meet again at Charminar”The Parliamentarian also asked people to gather in large numbers for a peaceful protest gathering at Charminar on January 25.

The Parliamentarian concluded his speech saying that no one should disrespect the tricolour they have in their hands as it represents the respect of citizens towards the nation.“My last request is please don’t wrap the tricolour around your neck. Do not let it fall. Save this and take it home. “

Dheeshma Puzhakkal

Dheeshma Puzhakkal is currently a Reporter with Newsmeter. An alumnus of Hyderabad Central University, she has interned with Greater Kashmir newspaper and NDTV. Dheeshma has also made short films and documentaries. Her documentary ‘Still I Rise’, which is based on sex-trafficking in Hyderabad’s Old City, has earned accolades in several film festivals, such as International Documentary and Short Film Festival, Kerala (IDSFFK). An avid foodie, she loves to travel and listen to stories that others tell. Photography is one of her all-time interests. She has extensively written on satellite-based journalism, health, consumer, and data stories besides covering anti-crime investigative agencies.

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